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Feb
2
Wed
Dunedin Support Group
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm

If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, or are supporting someone who has, and are seeking support or information then please get in touch.

My Vaccine Pass required for entry.

Ken Cook, Dunedin Support Group Coordinator

M: 027 379 2155
P: 03 489 1269
E: Dunedin@prostate.org.nz
Helpline: 0800 477 678

Feb
8
Tue
Prostate Cancer: A Life After | Dunedin Forum
Feb 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Life after prostate cancer can be a challenging time for men and for their families. Erectile dysfunction and incontinence are common side effects of treatment, but fortunately there are solutions and treatment options available to help men overcome them, allowing them to live a better life after prostate cancer.

  • Guest Speaker: Mr Alistair Hepburn
  • Refreshments will be provided on arrival
  • Registration: This is a FREE event but registration is required for planning purposes
    Click the TICKETS link above to register
COVID-19: All attendees to the Prostate Cancer: A Life After forum will be required to show their My Vaccine Pass on entry. If you do not already have a ‘My Vaccine Pass’, you can get one from My Covid Record | Ministry of Health NZ

 

Feb
9
Wed
Prostate Cancer: A Life After | Christchurch Forum
Feb 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Life after prostate cancer can be a challenging time for men and for their families. Erectile dysfunction and incontinence are common side effects of treatment, but fortunately there are solutions and treatment options available to help men overcome them, allowing them to live a better life after prostate cancer.

  • Guest Speaker: Mr Giovanni Losco
  • Refreshments will be provided on arrival
  • Registration: This is a FREE event but registration is required for planning purposes
    Click the TICKETS link above to register
  • Virtual webinar option available
COVID-19: All attendees to the Prostate Cancer: A Life After forum will be required to show their My Vaccine Pass on entry. If you do not already have a ‘My Vaccine Pass’, you can get one from My Covid Record | Ministry of Health NZ

 

Feb
10
Thu
Prostate Cancer: A Life After | Nelson Forum
Feb 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Life after prostate cancer can be a challenging time for men and for their families. Erectile dysfunction and incontinence are common side effects of treatment, but fortunately there are solutions and treatment options available to help men overcome them, allowing them to live a better life after prostate cancer.

  • Guest Speaker: Mr Andy Malcolm
  • Refreshments will be provided on arrival
  • Registration: This is a FREE event but registration is required for planning purposes
    Click the TICKETS link above to register
COVID-19: All attendees to the Prostate Cancer: A Life After forum will be required to show their My Vaccine Pass on entry. If you do not already have a ‘My Vaccine Pass’, you can get one from My Covid Record | Ministry of Health NZ

 

Feb
11
Fri
Lads Day Out – Golf Tourno
Feb 11 all-day
Feb
23
Wed
Selwyn Support Group
Feb 23 @ 7:30 pm

If you or a loved one is affected by prostate cancer and you’d like some support or information please give us a call or pop along to one of our support group meetings.

Please note: COVID-19 My Vaccine Pass is required for entry to the venue. If you have any questions please contact Support Coordinators Chris and Dianne Ward.

M: 027 437 1254 (Chris) 021 371 254 (Dianne)
P: 03 321 7046
E: selwyn@prostate.org.nz
Helpline: 0800 477 678

Mar
13
Sun
Hampton Downs Pedal4Prostate
Mar 13 all-day
Mar
17
Thu
Prostate Cancer Foundation Fundraiser: Gibbs Farm SOLD OUT!
Mar 17 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm



Gibbs Farm

SOLD OUT!

Join us in this special opportunity to visit Gibbs Farm, an expansive, open-air sculpture park located in the stunning Kaipara Harbour, north of Auckland.

On private property with access via appointment only on scheduled visitor days it is home to many major site-specific commissions and the greatest collection of large-scale outdoor sculptures in the country with works by some of the world’s most renowned artists, including Gerry Judah, Andy Goldsworthy, Richard Serra and Anish Kapoor (pictured above L2R). The park is a three to four hour walking experience where you can roam among the sculptures and come face-to-face with some exotic animals including giraffes, zebras, bison and buffalo.

Tickets: 

  • Entry $100 per person (adult/child) + Lunch (optional) from $17.95, supplied by Eat My Lunch

Tickets are limited, and all funds raised go directly to the Prostate Cancer Foundation NZ.

 



Mar
23
Wed
Selwyn Support Group
Mar 23 @ 7:30 pm

If you or a loved one is affected by prostate cancer and you’d like some support or information please give us a call or pop along to one of our support group meetings.

Please note: COVID-19 My Vaccine Pass is required for entry to the venue. If you have any questions please contact Support Coordinators Chris and Dianne Ward.

M: 027 437 1254 (Chris) 021 371 254 (Dianne)
P: 03 321 7046
E: selwyn@prostate.org.nz
Helpline: 0800 477 678

Mar
26
Sat
Highlands Pedal4Prostate CANCELLED
Mar 26 all-day
Highlands Pedal4Prostate CANCELLED @ Highlands Motorsport Park | Cromwell | Otago | New Zealand

We are approaching yet another critical juncture in our nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which is understandably impacting on initiatives both big and small all around the country. In light of this, and faced with low registration rates, we have regrettably taken the decision to cancel Highlands Pedal4Prostate.

We take our role as stewards of our donors’ funds very seriously. As must every charity, at all times we carefully weigh the resources we need to deploy to undertake fundraising events against the return they generate, which in turn makes our vital work possible.

We were so excited to be bringing Pedal4Prostate to the South Island and are very grateful to the team at Highlands for their sponsorship support. The door isn’t closed on this unique event and we continue to explore future opportunities.

If you have any questions please contact Carol Roche, Events and Promotions Manager | E carol@prostate.org.nz or P 09 415 2404

If you have friends and whanau in the North Island please let them know about Hampton Downs Pedal4Prostate, running at sister track Hampton Downs in the Waikato, Sunday 13 March.