Shoe addicts have the rare opportunity to raise money for cancer while they shop.

It's a Bloke Thing Foundation was given 540 pairs of women's European designer shoes from a boutique in Brisbane that was closing down.

The foundation has already sold more than 150 pairs of shoes with all funds going towards prostate cancer research.

They are now holding a huge sale at Fitzy's to sell the rest.

It's a Bloke Thing publicist Karen McKinley said some of the shoes were worth up to $400.

"There is a fantastic selection of high heeled and flat shoes," Ms McKinley said. "Shoes are $100 a pair, but we are very open to taking the best offer. I suggest people come down as soon as they can because I'm sure there will be lots of people wanting to snap up a bargain pair of designer shoes."

"It's a fantastic way to raise additional funds for prostate cancer research," she said.

Since 2011, It's a Bloke Thing has raised almost $2 million, making it the most successful daytime charity fundraising initiative in the country.

The foundation is supported by the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia which matches dollar-for-dollar all monies raised for prostate cancer research.
It's a Bloke Thing chairman John Fitzgibbons said the foundation was lucky to receive such a huge donation.

"We now have a chance to raise even more money," Mr Fitzgibbons said.

"It's a great opportunity for ladies of Toowoomba to come down and buy designer shoes at a cheap price and do something about raising money for prostate cancer," he said.