America has a rich tradition of charitable giving that was instilled in most of us from the time we were children. Do you remember being told to give a nickel or a portion of your allowance to the church or synagogue? or to needy people overseas?

Despite setbacks in the economy, depletion of investment portfolios, etc. Americans still believe in the importance of giving to support those charities that can make a difference. Interestingly enough, the group that contributes the most is NOT the very wealthy, but average people with incomes less than $50,000.

This is the group that gives because, in many ways, they are also those most impacted by a diagnosis of prostate cancer. We ask that you take a moment and reflect on the good fortunes of your life or how The Prostate Net may have benefited you or someone in your family or how you may just want to help end the pain that cancer causes.

Please help us to continue our work! Thank you for your gift of love and hope.