We’ve told you about the Scargill family on many occasions. They are without doubt our biggest and most dedicated fundraisers. And with good reason. Not one, but two of the family have overcome a male cancer, on more than one occasion. The whole family feels the need to re-pay the work, care and treatment their boys received by Professor Noel Clarke and the team at The Christie hospital in Manchester where they were treated. It’s for this reason that the family, immediate and wider, dedicate a lot of time and effort into fundraising for us. Read more about the family’s past activities here. Championing the whole effort is Geoff Scargill. Geoff decided he wanted to give…
Our biggest challenge as a men’s health organisation is raising male cancer awareness.
Golf day for male cancer research – The kind folk at Co-operative Funeralcare in Macclesfield have raised more than £1,600 for Men Matter.
We have handed over a cheque for £10,000 to leading cancer research and treatment centre, the Christie hospital.
Peter Scargill and Chris Cyprus have been featured on an ITV Granada special about surviving cancer.
We wanted to share the story of not just one special contributor, but an entire family’s fight against male cancer!
We’re so pleased to announce that we’re now a fully fledged male cancer charity – Men Matter has achieved charity status!
Wigan Rotarty Club raised £4000 for Men Matter to help fund the fight against men’s cancer.
Lions Den Fitness Centre in Wigan raised £500 by completing a fancy dress bike ride for men’s cancers.
Wigan Rotary Club’s ‘Run4ALife’ event, held at the weekend, turned out to be another great success!