Worcester Bosch Raises Funds for Prostate Cancer UK
Over the last 12 months, we have raised £33,100 for leading men’s health charity Prostate Cancer UK.
We have been donating towards and taking part in fundraising events, such as the London Half Marathon. The funds we have raised will help Prostate Cancer UK fund vital research into better diagnosis, treatment, prevention and support for men and their families facing a prostate cancer diagnosis.
Tamarin Ward, Head of Corporate Partnerships at Prostate Cancer UK said: “We are incredibly grateful to Worcester Bosch for choosing to raise such an amazing amount of money for Prostate Cancer UK. We have been really impressed by the dedication and commitment from employees to get involved and support.“
“Prostate cancer is currently the most common cancer in men and the third biggest cancer killer in the UK. Our aim is to change this through groundbreaking research, and making as many people as possible aware of the risks. We thank the team at Worcester Bosch for helping us to do this and in turn joining us in the fight against prostate cancer.”
Andy Garbett, our Marketing Manager, said: “Prostate Cancer UK is a charity that is close to the hearts of many of us at Worcester Bosch and people from across the whole company were keen to get involved in a wide range of fundraising activities throughout the year. We hope our donation will help support important research into better treatment and awareness of the disease, as well as the wide range of essential services offered by the charity.”
We would like to thank all employees for getting involved and supporting this brilliant cause. We could not have achived and raised this incredible amount without all of your commitment.
To find out more about the men’s health charity and how you can support, please visit: https://prostatecanceruk.org/.
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