How to get involved

Let's get tough for Urology Awareness Month.

When 1 in 2 people in the UK will develop a urological condition in their lifetime, and over a third of people don’t know what urology is, it is important that The Urology Foundation work to raise awareness of the nation’s urology health.

We need your help to banish the stimga associated with so many urology conditions. We want people start talking about their urology health, know the signs and symptoms of urology disease and to seek medical help when they need to so fewer lives are devastated.

Spread the word

Help banish the stigma of so many urology conditions by talking about them with family, friends and colleagues. You can learn more about urology health here or download our latest leaflets on urology cancers and urology disease.

If you have the space to display posters at your place of work or community centre you will find a selction you can download and print HERE.

Share your story

If you have been affected by a urological cancer, incontinence, kidney stones or any other urological condition and would like to share your story with TUF please contact us on info@theurologyfoundation.org or call us 020 7713 9538

Fundraise for us

The work of The Urology Foundation isn’t just about raising awareness. We work to improve the care and treatment received by urology patients by investing in cutting-edge urology research and specialist training and education of urologists and nurses. The need for our work is ever crucial as is the need for funds to do the work. 

So we are asking you to STEP UP FOR TUF during Urology Awareness Month in September by virtually climbing a building, or if you’re feeling ambitious, a mountain! 

Climb the stairs at home, climb the escalator on the tube, climb the fire escape, climb the steps at your place of work and keep a count.  Set up a EverydayHero fundraising page on our Step Up For TUF Challenge page (click here)  and ask friends, family and work colleagues to sponsor you during the month of September.

The challenge can be done as an individual or why not put a team together and combine your totals to really “hit the heights”?

For full details CLICK HERE

     

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