The Prostate Project

The Prostate Project

Charity information

The Prostate Project

Giving men a better chance of beating prostate cancer. A volunteer only charity with no offices to pay and no employees Support, awareness, research at University of Surrey and local Cancer Network

Founded 1998

  • Mission statement

    To use all funds effectively to support our aims. Supporting families who have prostate cancer. Creating translational research at the University of Surrey that is groundbreaking and to be in use in a short space of time. Making the local hospitals a centre of excellence in diagnosing and treating prostate cancer. Encouraging awareness and early testing. Improving diagnostic techniques to make this possible.

  • Aims

    The Prostate Project aims to:

    • Make the local hospitals into centres of excellence measured internationally
    • Encourage awareness that early detectioin is the fastest and safest way to a cure and prevent tousands of deaths
    • Run the charity by volunteers to keep admin costs as low as possible - currently below 2%
    • Support men and their families who suffer from Prostate Cancer
    • Create a centre of research that delivers results that effect patients quickly.
  • Overview

    Established: October 1998

    Registered Charity Number: 1078523

    Board members: 15

    Volunteers: 43

    Phone number: 01483 427492

    Address: Purbecks Grosvenor Road Godalming GU7 1NZ

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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