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Prostate Cancer UK Shirt 2 Work Day – Friday 7th August 2015

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

Prostate Cancer affects one in eight men in their lifetime and kills 10,500+ men in the UK each year. Men over the age of 50 are particularly at threat from the disease. York City fan Daniel Pentland is raising funds for Prostate Cancer UK in order to fight the disease, he explains more…

As football supporters, the prospect of someone being affected by Prostate Cancer who is stood on the same terrace or sat in the same block of seating as you at a football match is quite likely.

On Friday 7th August 2015 I would like football supporters across the country to unite and help me raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK by taking part in Shirt 2 Work day.

As football fans lets unite for Men United, the Prostate Cancer UK charity and help beat Prostate Cancer!

  • All you have to do is wear your club’s colours to work this Friday and make a small donation to Prostate Cancer UK either through my Just Giving page or by texting YCFC87 with a space and the donation (eg YCFC87 £1) to 70070.

Prostate Cancer UK are the official charity partner of the Football League and provide help and support to people who contract the disease whilst raising awareness of the disease and the available support to others

More on Prostate Cancer’s Men United campaign:

Music: ‘Keep Moving’ by Hyde & Beast from the album ‘Keep Moving’ which is out now. www.hydeandbeast.co.uk / www.facebook.com/hydeandbeast

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