Fundraise for Prostate Cancer Foundation
With no government funding we are reliant on the generosity of New Zealanders to help us in the fight against prostate cancer and event-based fundraising plays a huge role in that. We never cease to be amazed at the creativity and dedication of people across the country who organise events to support the Foundation. We greatly appreciate the work that goes in to bringing these events to fruition, and the support they provide.
Fundraise for Prostate Cancer Foundation, organise your own running event, host a dinner party or fundraise in honor of a loved one. It’s simple to start, and your fundraiser can make a lasting impact. Find out more about organising an event.
Once you’ve registered your event, it’s time to set up your personalised fundraising page. It’ll only take a few minutes and you’ll be set to share it with your family, friends and work colleagues.
Stuck for ideas? How about joining an existing team? Virtual Parties or Chop-Ya-Locks. Click on the image to find out more.
Businesses, community groups, families and individuals all over New Zealand join together in September in getting the message out to New Zealand men to “get checked” for prostate cancer.
Ride a blue bike, bake a blue cake, wear a blue cape, row across a lake, go for a run or hit a hole in one! This year’s campaign is all about encouraging people to Do Something Blue to Help a Mate Through. The sky’s the limit, and feel free to delay your Blue Do if you need to, so you can have it with your mates. Don’t let alert level restrictions stop you helping a mate through. Hop on over to blueseptember.org.nz to join us.
Are you stuck for fundraising ideas? Click the image to search through an A-Z of fundraising opportunities and ideas.
Our events and support calendar is regularly updated so we can keep you informed of what’s happening in your area. Many events have been cancelled due to the current COVID-19 situation in New Zealand however as we emerge out of lockdown we will be posting events to the calendar. Some community education events have been replaced with webinars, you might like to check out that page for details. See Events/Webinars.