Get Pacing4Prostate and raise vital funds to help the 4,000 plus Kiwi men diagnosed with prostate cancer every year, and their whanau – it affects them too. What better way to smash a personal goal than to do it while raising money to help others?
The more money you raise, the more men living with prostate cancer we can reach, to support and improve their lives. And you don’t need to be a fitness freak to get involved, there’s a distance to suit everyone, walkers and runners: Full marathon, Half marathon, 11k Traverse, 5k Challenge or the 2.2k Kids Marathon. We’ll be here to support you every step of the way.
As a member of our team, we will:
- Refund your entry fee and transfer you to the Charity Superstar entry if you raise over $1,000
- Send you a FREE Dual Tech tee or singlet when you raise over $200*
- Provide you with a comprehensive training guide
- Provide you with a personalised online fundraising page and fundraising support
* Your fundraising page must reach $200 by 30 September. The shirts will be sent to you a week later. If you haven’t already done so, please give us your sizing and preference for a tee or singlet.
As a Charity Superstar, we will also:
- Provide you with a complimentary tickets to the entry of your choice (Full, Half, Traverse, Challenge or Kids Marathon)
- Provide post-race hospitality at the charity marquee at Victoria Park
- Award you with an Auckland Marathon Charity Medal
- Invite you to attend a team training session with a mystery guest
- Charity superstar finisher’s photo
- Personalised charity superstar bib
- Free transfer to start line
Remember everyone who fundraises for the Prostate Cancer Foundation will also receive a cool goody bag with lots of great products & vouchers thanks to Neat Feat, GU Energy Gels, Berocca, Blackmores, Triumph & Disaster, Stirling Sports Queen St, Goodbye Ouch, Trilogy & more… so don’t forget to share those fundraising pages.
Will you be our next Charity Superstar? Money raised through events like the Auckland Marathon will be used for some of the following programmes:
- 0800 Information Line and information services
- Free professional counselling
- Welfare Grant for those experiencing hardship relating to treatment
- National support network comprising 45+ support groups and support contacts
- Public education and outreach
- Research programmes