How to donate:


  • Donation via your bank:  by cheque for a single donation or by making a standing order for a regular donation.  You can print out and fill in our Donations and Gift Aid form by clicking here and send it to The Prostate Project, Stokes Centre for Urology, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Egerton Road, Guildford GU2 7XX.  Alternatively, for bank transfers, our details are as follows:

    • ​Pay HSBC Bank, 110 High Street, Godalming Sort Code: 40-22-12 Acc. No: 21293222 (The Prostate Project)

The easiest and a convenient way to donate is via the internet.  There are a number of web sites that offer an easy way to donate to us using your credit or debit card and they also collect the Gift Aid that will increase your donation by 25% without any additional cost to you.  Committed support through a monthly donation helps enormously as it means we can maintain our current research plan into the future.


Other ways of making a financial contribution to the charity are listed below:

  • Guildford Community Lottery - support us by purchasing a ticket. They cost £1 and you could win up to £25,000.  We get 50p from every ticket sold and a further 10p goes to other good causes

  • Amazon Smile -  When you shop at smile.amazon.uk, Amazon will make a donation to The Prostate Project. Click here 

  • 'Declutter and Donate' - This is a virtual event for all those fundraising at home! You can now de-clutter your home and donate your unwanted books, CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays and games for cash. So clear out your bookshelves and cupboards, and easily turn your unwanted items into precious pounds for the Prostate Project. Virgin Money Giving has partnered with Ziffit which is a free and easy to use app and website to sell unwanted items. Click the link here to start your trade.  Ziffit's contact-free courier service will collect your items for free, from your doorstep, the next day.... easy peasy!

  • ​​​​'Waging War on Prostate Cancer' Appeal - Help us in our fight to beat the third largest cancer killer in the UK. We are campaigning on three fronts: AWARENESS & DIAGNOSIS OFFENSIVE; EARLY STAGE CANCER OFFENSIVE and ADVANCED STAGE CANCER OFFENSIVE. To donate, click here ​

  • 'Fabulous Fit-Out' Appeal  - our final Royal Surrey Urology Centre fundraising drive.    Having met our £2m construction target for the Centre, we are seeking further funds to fit out the Centre with the most advanced equipment and infrastructure to ensure it is a match for any in the world. To donate, please download this leaflet and complete the donation form and send it to The Prostate Project (the address is on the form). 

  • 'Give As You Earn': give our Charity No. 1078523 to your employer who will deduct your donation at source before tax

  • Leave us a Legacy: a lasting legacy, a life-saving gift - please remember the Prostate Project in your Will.

  • Transfer shares: this avoids you paying Inheritance Tax and Capital Gains Tax.

  • Fundraise for us: such as sponsored walks, marathons, charity golf days, concerts and other events. Please contact us for details on events@prostate-project.org.uk

  • Corporate donations: we welcome corporate donations of any amount and also offer Corporate Membership.

  • Alternative web sites that offer a donation service, but with a charge, are:  JustGiving.  The choice is yours and a direct link can be made by clicking on the name.

​Thank you

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"We urgently need regular donations so that we can continue our valuable work.  Please help us.  No matter how small your gift, we will value it and you will be helping prostate cancer sufferers and their families"

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

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