Giving Men a Better Chance of Beating Prostate Cancer

Welcome to our website, and whatever your reason for visiting, we hope that you find the information, support or comfort that you are seeking.

We pride ourselves on being run almost entirely by volunteers and on keeping administration costs below 5%, meaning nearly all your donation goes directly to the point of need. Based at the Stokes Centre for Urology at Royal Surrey County Hospital, our aims are quite simple.

Since 1998, we have been raising awareness and funds to help save and prolong the lives of men with prostate cancer.

This website will show how we go about our work, supporting ground-breaking cancer research and providing some of the equipment that has made Surrey into one of the world’s finest centres for the treatment, and research into urological cancers.

Thanks again for visiting us, if you have any questions or require specific information, please get in touch.

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We’re on a mission to raise £200k to purchase & kit out a Mobile PSA Testing Clinic

Get Tested! The Mobile PSA Testing Clinic is our most significant and important fundraising initiative since the Stokes Centre for Urology was opened in 2019.

Caught early, prostate cancer is usually curable. PSA blood tests are used to help detect prostate cancer. Our van will reach high risk groups and communities as well as helping to address the shortfall of referrals for prostate cancer due to COVID restrictions.

The purchase and kit-out of the vehicle will require an investment of around £200,000. Please help us if you can

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  • The Dorking Rotary recently hosted Rotawalk (a two-hour walk following the all-weather Circular Trail around Holmwood Common), where one of our wonderful committee members, Christian and his wife, were raising awareness for our small charity and also prostate cancer. Christian’s […]

  • One of the many great joys of my role is composing the monthly e-bulletin, a message sent out to thousands of Prostate Project supporters, with details of what’s new, what’s on, and what’s happening at the charity. You might think […]

  • Congratulations to Suzanne Langley, Brachytherapy Nurse Specialist, who has become the latest clinician in Royal Surrey’s Stokes Centre for Urology to be appointed a Prostate Cancer UK Champion. Suzanne was encouraged to join the cancer charity’s leadership programme, which runs […]

Donate to the Prostate Project today!

We urgently need regular donations so that we can continue our valuable work. Please help us by donating today. No matter how small your gift, we will value it and you will be helping prostate cancer sufferers and their families.

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West Surrey Golf Club Charity Golf Day

West Surrey Golf Course Station Lane, Godalming

Following the success of prior years Prostate Project charity golf tournaments, this year’s event will be held at West Surrey Golf Club. We would like to thank Captains Terri de Peyrecave, and Jeremy Sherwood, for selecting us as their nominated [...]

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Our friends at The Fountain Centre are the beneficiaries of the Mayor's Football Event on Sunday! The adult football tournament features exciting matches and family-friendly activities!
10am - 3pm, Stoughton Recreation Grounds

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Men are two & a half times more likely to get prostate cancer with a family history (father/brother) of the disease, compared to a man who has no relatives with prostate cancer.
The risk of getting prostate cancer may also be higher if your mother/sister has had breast cancer.

1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer, and for Black men their risk is double.

But finding it earlier gives you more time doing what you want, spending more time with family and friends, and making memories that last a lifetime.

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