Pub Brewer Fundraising Beer Quiz

Pub fundraising

1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime- it's a disease which affects every community.

We're asking pubs, bars, social clubs and breweries to help us raise awareness of prostate cancer and get conversations started in places where people feel comfortable talking.

When you sign up to support us, we'll send you a free fundraising and awareness pack, and with your support, we can continue to be there for the men that need us.

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How we'll support you

We’re here to support all pubs with their fundraising, and together we can raise vital funds and awareness of prostate cancer. We'll provide:

Ever since I put the first box of badges out on the bar, the donations have been astounding! My customers feel really strongly about this charity. It’s very rewarding to see the community of people who have helped me continue to raise more and more for a great cause.
Jo Landlord at Wigan Central

The difference landlords are making

From a simple point of sale display to an all-out pub takeover, landlords across the UK are showing their support. Get in touch to get a fundraising and awareness pack and join thousands of venues across the UK helping us equip men to navigate prostate cancer. 

How brewers can help us

Want to make your beer more popular whilst supporting a cause which affects your community? We’re asking brewers to get in touch with us and donate a percentage of sales from one of their beers to help us stop prostate cancer being a killer.

Fuller, Smith and Turner, the London brewer and pub company, last year launched Wise Men – a seasonal beer sold throughout December which raised money for Prostate Cancer UK. Fuller’s donated 50p for every pint sold throughout its pubs and £10 for every firkin sold to its tenants and free trade customers.

Fuller's chose a 4.0% golden ale, brewed with American Mosaic Hops, to sell as their Wise Men beer. It proved a big hit with customers, selling out within two weeks and raising £15,790!

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