PUT SOME GLIDE IN HIS STRIDE

You can help PCFA take the next big step forward for men with prostate cancer by supporting life-saving awareness, early diagnosis and treatments.

Step out and step up during Men's Health Week - take 49,000 steps during the week in solidarity with men and families.

MONDAY JUNE 13 TO SUNDAY JUNE 19

RAISED FOR PROSTATE CANCER

$240,017

STEPS TAKEN
FOR HIM

STEPS TAKEN FOR HIM

22,448,154

PEOPLE STEPPING UP FOR PROSTATE CANCER

1,069

  • Robyn just donated $400
  • Carolyn Hall just donated $56.97
  • Katey Perrin just donated $37.98
  • Ash P just donated $37.98
  • Paul Jourdan just donated $56.97
  • Leon Drewe just donated $52.75
  • Chris Farrelley just donated $50
  • Brad Mackay just donated $36
  • Louise Brannon just donated $56.97
  • Barbara McGill just donated $50
  • CJ Smith just donated $21.10
  • Mark Burwood just donated $56.97
  • Shelley Nicholls just donated $56.97
  • zac brailey just donated $56.97
  • Deb McNamara just donated $36
  • Cathy just donated $28.49
  • Katrina Weeks just donated $37.98
  • Meredith McNab just donated $37.98
  • Beverley Wilson just donated $10
  • Grace Bonaddio just donated $21.10

How it works

Register to Walk for Him here. You’ll get all the info you need, as well as tips on fundraising, training and planning.

Get others involved. Ask your friends and family to support you. You can even ask them to walk with you in a team!

It’s time to step up to the challenge. You decide what you wear, what music you play and who you walk with. Let everyone catch a glimpse and share pics and videos using the hashtag #walkforhim

THIS MEN'S HEALTH WEEK, WILL YOU WALK FOR HIM?

Did you know that 49 Australian men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every day?

It's the most common cancer among Australian men, responsible for more hospitalisations than any other type of cancer.

This Men's Health Week, you can take action on prostate cancer by doing 49,000 steps in aid of research, early detection, and awareness.

WHO WILL YOU WALK FOR?

“I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2016 at age 56 and on the day I was diagnosed I felt very alone. I was referred to PCFA for support, and thanks to the PCFA team, I have never walked alone.

Today I volunteer with PCFA and help give back, supporting other men, like me, who have been knocked by prostate cancer.

We want men impacted by prostate cancer to know that they are not alone – we are here to walk down the same road with you, to help all men survive.”

David Newman, Prostate Cancer Survivor & PCFA MatesCONNECT Volunteer.

Walk for Him WALL OF FAME

Cheers to all our Walk for Him champions for taking on the challenge!

Walking Champions

Walking Teams

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