Help Us Fight Prostate Cancer
All sorts of people for all sorts of reasons enable our charity to go from strength to strength – we sincerely thank you all!
There just isn’t enough space on our website to thank everyone who supports us so here are just some of the exciting events that has raised awareness and funds; well done to the Salesforce team of cyclists who raised almost £14,000 cycling the Ride London route, to all the walkers who undertook the Surrey Three Peaks Challenge. And to all those individuals who have ran, cycled and walked. Fantastic effort to you all, very well done!
A massive thank you also to the following support and donations – to all of you who grew a beard or sponsored someone to grow a beard for OctoBeardfest, Amylou Grocers, Bounce, Acorn Press, Jim Daniell, Knauf, Nikon UK, the Surrey Advertiser, Southern Electric Safety, Univar, Rotary Woolsack Godalming, Rotary Haselmere, Guildford Chantries Rotary, Probus East Horsley, Masons, Lions, Paul Mills, Probus East Horsley, Inner Wheel Godalming, Hazelmere Rotary Club.
If you, too, would like to make a difference, scroll down to see a few of the ways you can help.
“In any theatre of war, it is vital to understand your enemy – their strengths, their weaknesses and their behaviour. The same disciplines are needed to effectively fight cancer. I urge you to support the Prostate Project’s battle with this insidious disease that claims so many men’s lives.”
“Being able to talk to men with prostate cancer who had taken the decisions I was faced with, was a huge benefit for me and my family.”
“My partner gets a great boost from being with other “sufferers” and being able to chat to them and swapping experiences gives him confidence. You’re doing a marvellous job and we’re so thankful to be part of your group.”
“The Prostate Project has done a huge amount to improve the care of men with prostate cancer and I thank them for their continuing efforts.”
“My involvement with the PP Support Group enables me to keep up to date and ensure I give others the correct advice. There is help in abundance for prostate cancer patients – don’t die of ignorance.”
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