Get Involved

Here are some ways that you can help make a difference

Make a donation

Your donation helps put dedicated prostate cancer care nurses on the front line, offering much needed support for men affected by prostate cancer

If you would like to donate to ManUp! 

Call 0423 849 129 or Get in Touch via Email.

Alternatively, you can donate online now by following the links below;

Make a regular donation by clicking here.


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Book us to speak at your next meeting or event

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Join one of our events

Sometimes it’s good to have some fun.  We hold regular and yearly events so please come along and join us.  

To find out more check out our upcoming events section.


Hold your own fundraising event

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Become a corporate partner

With varying corporate partners we appreciate help in all areas both through work and financially.  Find out more about how your organisation can support help with this great cause.

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Establish a workplace giving program

Workplace giving is one of the simplest and most cost effective ways to give tax deductible donations. Many people prefer this method instead of making individual donations. Workplace giving empowers you to make a difference in your community through regular donations to ManUp! from your pre-tax pay. By donating through your payroll, the benefit to you is immediate. Donations are deducted from your salary before deducting your tax rather than submitting tax-deductible donations with your income tax return. You can donate as much or as little as you like, and you can opt out any time. Ask your Employer about matching your donations dollar for dollar to make twice the difference. Your donation will help ManUp! fund our Education program and for Specialist Prostate Cancer Nurses to support men and their families who are living with Prostate Cancer.

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Sponsor a Prostate Cancer Care Nurse

ManUp! believes that every man diagnosed with prostate cancer should have access to a Prostate Cancer Care Nurse. Prostate Cancer Care Nurses are a vital central point of contact for men and their families living with the prostate cancer. They provide information, care and support from diagnosis through to post treatment recovery. Our goal is to have at least fifteen Prostate Cancer Care Nurses appointed to hospitals though out Queensland.

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Leave a bequest

Sometimes it is nice knowing that part of your legacy is in giving to the next generation.


  • “That was an awesome talk and I know everyone got a lot out of it. Most lads from our team learnt something. Just passing on my appreciation. I have booked in for a PSA at 8am tomorrow when I get home. Good stuff.”

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    • Rod Jones
      Team Leader - C Crew Drill and Blast - Clermont open Cut Mine.
  • “I just want to share with everyone what a great presentation we had yesterday with the MAN up team about prostate cancer. It was really well received by the Ops team and the spotless Teams. The presenters were fantastic.

    I believe this would be a great presentation for every team member for both SHELL and Spotless.

    Being a prostate cancer survivor at 47 years of age I hope that I can encourage everyone in your teams / villages / offices to contact MANUP and take this presentation to all of our teams as early detection saved my life and I am so lucky!”

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    • Stephen Knott
      Contract Manager - Spotless.
  • “This morning you presented to C Crew at Glencore’s Clermont Open Cut mine. As the safety rep for the haulage team I would like to extend you a very big THANK YOU.

    Your presentation was by far one of the best we have ever had here on site being very informative, down to earth and able to really connect with all crew members. For any presentation to keep the crew talking about the topic all day, especially this topic, is no small feat.”

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    • Cameron Trevethan
      C Crew Safety Rep/Operator - Clermont open Cut Mine.
  • “I’d like to say thank you very much for your recent visit to Burdekin Shire Council staff. I have had so much positive feedback from staff, with some saying they have made and attended appointments, along with others following up on their scores.”

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    • Julianne Priddle
      Human Resource Officer - Burdekin Shire Council.
  • “I just wanted to let you know that the presentation about prostate cancer was greatly appreciated. The presentation dismissed a lot of myths about the disease and highlighted the important things like the PSA test, getting it done every year and creating a baseline to compare your score. It was a very worthwhile presentation”

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    • Greg Collins
      D Crew Haulage Supervisor - Clermont open Cut Mine.