​​​giving men a better chance of beating prostate cancer 

Buy a Brick Appeal

Watch our video to hear consultants, patients, researchers and trustees explain why the Stokes Centre for Urology is vital in transforming the treatment and care of urology patients at the Royal Surrey County Hospital.

Presented by BBC newsreader

Nicholas Owen, our aim is to raise money to fund the Centre; this video looks at the story of the charity and why your donations are so important. 

Donate here

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Can you help us build the world class new Urology Centre at the Royal Surrey County Hospital?

​There are approximately 12,000 bricks in the new Urology Centre. Buy a Brick for £10 and be remembered for ever.

We have already raised an amazing £1.7m and now need another £300k to get across the finishing line to reach the £2m needed for the build to go ahead.

The Centre will make a huge difference to the lives of urology patients across the country; men, women and children with urological problems will benefit from the very best treatment available in a modern, world-class facility.

To buy a brick, you can donate online or download this leaflet.


  • England and Harlequins Rugby International, Marland Yarde, joins us in our 'Race to the Line' to build a world-class Urology Centre. Read More
  • Watch our new Crowdfunding Video to help us raise the funds needed to build the Stokes Centre for Urology 
  • Trustee Tim Sharp appointed as Honorary President of the Prostate Project. Read More
  • "The Stokes Centre for Urology" - Royal Surrey County Hospital and PP are delighted to announce that the new urology centre will be named after our chair Colin Stokes. Read More
  • PP named as Presidents Charity for Haslemere Rotary Club ​ 
  • Join us at Paul Jones and Friends on Jan 8th 2018 at GLive. Tickets will sell out fast, buy from GLive Box-office

In the News

  • Prostate cancer has become the biggest cancer killer of men. It kills one man every hour
  • Each year nearly 47,000 men in the UK are told they have prostate cancer and more than 11,000 die of the disease
  • Worldwide numbers are staggering. Each year over a million men are diagnosed with prostate cancer and more than 300,000 die from it
  • Cancer of the prostate can be treated effectively even if it has spread beyond the gland but the disease must be caught early to achieve excellent cure rates
  • It is vital that men over 50 are aware of the potential problem and consult their GP routinely
  • ​Every man over 50 has the legal right, by Act of Parliament, to a PSA test

What You Should Know: