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Our vision is of a world where lives are no longer limited by prostate cancer. The Prostate Cancer Charity was founded in 1996 in response to the urgent need to invest more in prostate cancer research and to raise public and political awareness of a long-neglected disease. We were established with the broad remit of improving the care and welfare of those affected by prostate cancer.
The Prostate Cancer Charity is now the UK's leading voluntary organisation working with people affected by prostate cancer.
We couldn't do the vital work we do without the generosity of companies, trusts, community groups and individuals.
We provide vital support for anyone affected by prostate cancer: concerned and diagnosed men, their partners, friends and families. We are working towards a world where lives are no longer limited by prostate cancer. To get there, we provide a broad range of services and fund a robust research programme as well as awareness raising and campaigning work at a national and local level. We are guided by our strategy 'Transforming the future for prostate cancer'.Read More...
This year's Annual Review shows the fantastic achievements The Prostate Cancer Charity has made in 2010/11. A critical aspect of our success has been ensuring that each area of our work links with the rest. We explain how we made vitally important connections through research, speaking to people affected by prostate cancer. And how we have influenced more politicians and decision makers than ever before, and connected with thousands of people through our Helpline, our awareness events supported by volunteers, and our information services.
The Review also includes a financial summary of our income and spend for 2010/11 and you can read the full financial report in our Annual Report and Accounts.Read More...
Welcome to Ride for Prostate, raising awareness and funding for prostate cancer. Ride for Prostate is Tony Bennett, the man with the plan. In 2010, Tony Bennett lost his father to prostate cancer. The tragedy of losing his father inspired him to set up Ride for Prostate.
The aim for Ride for Prostate is to raise awareness of prostate cancer through competitive motorcycle racing and fund raising for The Prostate Cancer Charity.Read More...