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Prostate Cymru Host Volunteer Training Day

Volunteer Training Day

This week, Prostate Cymru hosted their Awareness Training Day and welcomed some new volunteers to the Awareness Team.

Hosted at Miskin Manor, Prostate Cymru were pleased to see some new faces eager to volunteer for the charity.

The Awareness Team travels to various businesses and clubs in order to raise awareness and educate men on the dangers of prostate cancer and prostate disease.

The team is also still hosting virtual awareness presentations for those who are still working remotely.

In recent years the team have delivered talks to the Fire and Rescue Service, Post Office Depots, and ASDA.

They also help the charity on their roadshows, including the Royal Welsh and Eisteddfod, where Prostate Cymru set up a stand to help spread the word about the dangers of prostate disease and cancer.

We understand that not everyone has the time to deliver Awareness Presentations in the week, however we are grateful to anyone who is able to volunteer a bit of their time to help us at our events

Speaking about the Training Day, Owen Pugsley, Corporate Events and Marketing Manager, said, “We are so pleased with the turn out we had today, and thrilled to be welcoming some new members to the Awareness Team. The team is integral to helping us fulfil one of our key aims to raise awareness.”

Prostate Cymru has no government funding and relies on the kindness of volunteers who take time out of their day to help spread the word to men across Wales.

If you missed the training day but would still be interested in being a volunteer for the charity, whether that’s as an awareness speaker or helping out at any of our big events, please email us at [email protected]

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