Everyman - Funding research to cross out male cancer
Everyman is the UK's leading male cancer campaign
How Everyman raises awareness
What is Everyman doing to raise awareness?
Everyman runs a variety of campaigns, initiatives and adverts to raise awareness of male cancer. Below are a few of our best examples.
Everyman Male Cancer Awareness Month
Each June Everyman runs an awareness month, which is a time of heightened awareness and fundraising activity. Find out more about this year's Everyman month.
Everyman Awareness Adverts
Each June Everyman also launches its annual advert during the awareness month, which in the past has starred Rachel Stevens, Robbie Williams, Frank Skinner and Dermot O’Leary. Find out about this year's advert.
Everyman’s tongue-in-cheek approach to a serious subject has helped to spread the message to many men and their partners.
When Everyman launched the Rachel Stevens testicular cancer awareness advert in June 2005, the dedicated website received over 750,000 visitors within the first two weeks!
View Rachel's Advert
Keep Your Eye on The BallKeep Your Eye on The Ball was set up over five years ago by the Everyman Campaign, The Football Association and The Professional Footballer’s Association to raise awareness of male cancer within the football community.
The campaign was set-up in response to several high profile players such Alan Stubbs (Everton), Jason Cundy (Ex Tottenham) and Neil Harris (Millwall) being diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Through the power of football, the campaign aims to raise vital awareness to a huge number of men, which can ultimately save lives.
To find out more about the campaign, visit the dedicated Keep Your Eye On The Ball website.