200,000 Australian men are living with prostate cancer.

20,000 more will be diagnosed this year.

And 3,500 will die of the disease.

A significant number of Aussie men are suffering from the physical and emotional side effects of treatment, and many of them are confronting that battle without adequate support.

We're striving to change the game in a way that no other organisation can – raising vital funds for lifesaving research, awareness, and support programs.

That's why we need you to get involved and be part of our vision.


What You Can Do To Help Us Spread The Word


We have developed two sets of simple posters for you to download and print it in A4 or A3 size and display them in your workplace, community space or any other area you can think of.

We want to get as many of these posters out into the community as possible.

Posters with key messages about prostate cancer

PCFA Awareness Month - Poster 1

PCFA Awareness Month - Poster 2

Posters that bust some of the myths about prostate cancer

PCFA Awareness Month - Myth Buster - Poster 1

PCFA Awareness Month - Myth Buster - Poster 2


Social Media

Social media can be a great way to spread the word and raise awareness. If you or people you know are active on social media this is an easy way to take part.

Version 1: share your personal experience (for men aged 50 up or 40 up with a family history)

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#ProstateCancer hits about 1 in 7 Aussie men. It's important to know your family history of this disease. I've booked my GP appointment to talk about my risk. #AskPCFA #MensHealth @PCFA

Version 2: Help Spread the Word

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#ProstateCancer is real. Around 1 in 7 Aussie men get it. @PCFA urges men over 50 (or 40 if it's in the family) to book a GP appointment and talk about your risks. #AskPCFA #MensHealth @PCFA


Other Resources

Here are some Infographic stats about prostate cancer that you can download and share on Facebook:

1 in 7 Aussie men get prostate cancer

20,000 Australian men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year

3,500 Australian men die of prostate cancer every year

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australian men

For Infographics for other social media platforms such as Instagram or Twitter, please contact us on 1800 220 099.


Looking For More Ideas?

  • You can book an Ambassador speaker to help raise awareness with your friends, work colleagues, club or local community members. To learn more visit PCFA Ambassador Program or phone 1800 22 00 99.
  • If you are living with prostate cancer, please consider joining a support group or the PCFA Online Community. Sharing your experiences with other people in a similar situation can be a great source of support. To find out more please visit here or onlinecommunity.pcfa.org.au
  • To support the vital work of Prostate Cancer Foundation you can Donate Now
  • You could also join in one of the events held across the country to raise fund for Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, or even set up your own fundraising idea – find out more here.