It gives me great pleasure to invite you to become involved in the first “It’s a Bloke Thing” Prostate Cancer Luncheon in Darwin.
Every year more than 3,000 Australian men lose their battle with prostate cancer, that’s 3,000 Dads, sons, brothers, uncles and friends. In 2014 my Dad lost his battle to prostate cancer after a courageous 11-month fight.
Since then, I’ve made it a priority to raise money and awareness and this lunch aims to educate and encourage men to have regular tests as early detection and treatment are the keys.
“It’s a Bloke Thing” Prostate Cancer luncheon began in Toowoomba, Queensland six years ago. It is the largest day time fundraising event in the state, last year raising an amazing $1.53 million with a staggering $5 million dollars raised and donated to prostate cancer research since the events inception.
With this in mind, I jumped at the opportunity to be part of the event in Darwin when I was approached by prominent Territory Businessman Michael Bridge. Here in the Northern Territory we are hoping to raise enough money through the “It’s A Bloke’s Thing” Luncheon and the Run with Dad Father’s Day fun run to fund a full-time Specialist Prostate Cancer Nurse.
Let’s hope by participating in this event, we can not only raise funds but break down the walls and talk about men’s health for the sake of saving lives.
Thanks for your support,
Katie Woolf, Chairman
It's a Bloke Thing Foundation
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