Our Vision

Eliminating death and suffering from prostate cancer. We will achieve this through offering peer support to men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer (and their families); actively promoting awareness of this disease through community promotions, including our Blue September campaign; funding research; and advocating for patients. More…


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Due to the unavailability of our previously advertised venue [requisitioned for COVID quarantine] the 24th Annual General Meeting will now be held at: Rydges Latimer Christchurch, 30 Latimer Square, Christchurch Central  Same date and time: 7 PM, Friday 17 July 2020 Members will receive hard copy of the AGM documents in advance. If you are…

This July, go as dry as you’re willing to try

Prostate Cancer Foundation is proud to be a beneficiary of Dry July 2020 alongside the amazing folk at Look Good Feel Better NZ and Bowel Cancer New Zealand, and we’ve got some great news, Dry July Sign Up is now open. Dry July is a fundraiser that challenges people to go alcohol free and raise…

COVID-19 Lockdowns Do Not Stop Prostate Cancer

Media Release: COVID-19 Lockdowns Do Not Stop Prostate Cancer It is sobering to realise that while we have been in weeks of lockdown many men have missed being diagnosed for prostate cancer, which in time may have dire consequences. With around 3,500 men diagnosed every year, there are potentially 300 men around New Zealand whose…

Message from the CEO

Pre-COVID-19 we would have been in Christchurch this weekend kicking off our Annual Conference with a special day for all the fabulous and dedicated folk that are our national support network. CEO Graeme Woodside recorded this wee message.