March for Men – Supporting Prostate Cancer UK

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Posted 13th February 2020 by Lewis Murray

Prostate cancer is the most common cause of cancer in men, with more than 47,500 cases diagnosed each year. Just think about that for a second. That’s 129 men every day. Because the standard of living has increased so much within the last 100 years, more and more of us are being diagnosed with cancer and therefore more and more of us are living with incurable illnesses – around 400,000 men are living with and after prostate cancer today according to Prostate Cancer UK.

On Saturday 21st March 2020, we’re ‘Marching’ for Men to support Prostate Cancer UK and the incredible work they do. Protect Line staff and their family members have signed up to walk the coast line from Hengistbury Head near Christchurch to Sandbanks in Poole – a walk of 9 miles which should take around 3 hours to complete.

Marching For Men

We’re setting a goal of raising at least £50 each, fundraising straight into our JustGiving March for Men page. If you’d like to support our cause please consider donating!

On the day, we’ll be recording interviews with our staff about why they are taking part, as well as fundraising through public donations by handing out badges, wristbands and other Prostate Cancer UK swag.

We’d love to see you on our journey, so please visit the beach between Southbourne and Sandbanks on Saturday 21st March and help us make a difference for Prostate Cancer UK.