A PROSTATE cancer fighting charity needs your vote.
The Warwick-based Graham Fulford Charitable Trust (GFCT) has helped carry out over 75,000 PSA blood tests all over the country leading to nearly over 1100 prostate cancer finds.
GFCT is now in the running for an award of up to £25,000 from The Masonic Foundation but its needs the help of Observer readers.
Voting for the Masonic Charity Foundation Community Awards Tercentenary Fund runs until July 31. Visit mcf.org.uk/vote to vote for GFCT, which will be found under the region of Buckinghamshire – which is sponsoring GFCT.
Mr Fulford founded the trust to promote awareness of prostate cancer following the death of a close friend and a family member.