How to get involved

There are lots of ways you can get involved with this years Urology Awareness Month .....  

Why not produce a short video message of support (or a photo) that we can share on our website or social channels. You can provide a message or statement about why Urology Awareness Month is important to you or what living with a urological condition means. We have also included a few facts about urological conditions in our downloadable guide

Get Social

 You can promote the Month by ......

  • Share our social postings with your community - friends, family, colleagues, customers, suppliers 
  • Post a ‘news nib’ on your company, social club or organisation’s website ‘news page’.
  • Does your workplace, gym or community centre have a newsletter or e-bulletin? Why not include information on the Month


Add the UAM email footer to your email 

Help spread the word every time you send an email in September by adding a UAM footer to your email signature today, juck click on one of the images below and save as .........

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Take an adrenalin rush!

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to fly through the clouds from over 10,000 feet at up to 120 mph now is your chance! We’ve partnered with Skyline to give you the chance to undertake a tandem skydive with an experienced and qualified instructor whilst raising much needed for funds.  There are over 20 participating airfields across the country so there’s no excuse not to sign up!

Donate, sign up or organise an event

There are lots of ways you can support the Month. You can sign up to one of our events, organise your own  event or make a regular gift. We’re here to support you every step of the way from ideas to fundraising resources.

Share your story

We are always looking for people to share their experiences of being diagnosed and living with a urological disease with the media or on our website. If you have a story to share and would like to learn more please get in touch


For more information please contact the Urology Awareness Month Team at



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