Tranmere Rovers staff raise over £3,000 during Prostate United Challenge

The performance staff of Tranmere Rovers’ first-team wholeheartedly embraced the Prostate United challenge for the month of October.

Their dedication resulted in them jointly covering a distance of more than 820 kilometres by walking, running, and cycling, all with the aim of raising funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK.

The initiative, part of the ongoing efforts to combat prostate cancer and promote awareness, saw Mark, Karly, and Liam, dedicating their time and energy to support this crucial cause.  

The challenge aimed to highlight the importance of prostate health and contribute to vital research and support for those affected by the disease. 

Their combined effort not only demonstrated their dedication to the cause but also ignited inspiration among fans, supporters, and the wider community.

Via their social media platforms, the team documented their journeys, enabling the collection of over £3000, to bolster ongoing research into prostate cancer.

The first-team performance staff participating in the Prostate United challenge not only serves as an example of unity and solidarity within the football community but also as a beacon of hope for those battling prostate cancer and their families. 

As the challenge draws to a close, the legacy of their dedication will continue, echoing the significance of community support and awareness in the fight against prostate cancer. Their commitment goes beyond the miles they covered, leaving a lasting impact on the cause and emphasising the importance of collective action for a greater good. 

You can still donate to the cause by clicking here  

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