Volunteer with us

We rely on our incredible volunteers to help us spread the word about prostate cancer, raise funds, promote our initiatives and support our work across the UK. If you're interested in getting involved, you’ll be making a huge difference and we’d love to have you on board!

Here are the different ways that you can show your support for men with prostate cancer:

Learn new skills and make a difference in our office.

In Mem Office Volunteer
Saxon Classic

Meet and greet our cyclists at the Cycling Show in London

Join us in August

Take part in a football collection to raise vital funds

Match days

Bowls Scotland National Championship Volunteers

Get more info
prostate cancer UK run supporter

Cheer on our challenge participants!

Cheer Volunteers

Help us review our health information!

Lay reviewers
Jeff Tracey Bolton Joe men united March day 1 Middlesborough

Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling will be walking 4 marathons across 4 nations in 4 days and we need you!

Join Jeff!

Join the team

We have got more exciting volunteering opportunities coming up soon so don't worry if you can’t see anything you’d like to do straight away.

Have a bright idea about how you could get involved ,some feedback to submit or want to get in touch with our Volunteer Engagement team? Email us

Stay in the loop

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Other ways to make a difference

Read about some of the great work our volunteer hubs do and the impact they have on their local community.

Join our Volunteer Hubs

Raise awareness in your workplace or community

Invite us to give a talk or host a stand

Buy a Prostate Cancer UK gift for the men in your life.

Visit our online shop

Online community man of men

Make sure you've got the basics down - watch and share our awareness video.

Prostate cancer 101

Man of men badge on clothes

Buy your pin badge now and raise awareness while wearing it.

Buy our pin badge

Walk 11,000 steps a day - the same amount of men who die each year of prostate cancer - get fit while raising money to help us beat prostate cancer.

March the month!