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Torbay Prostate

Support Association

Copyright ©  TPSA  2015              Registered Charity Number  -  1095734

Serving men of all ages, and their partners, through a program of support before, during and after diagnosis.

Donation Form

You can print out a Gift Aid Form if you are sending a one off donation by cheque from the link below.

Please consider filling in the Gift Aid Declaration Form as this will enable us increase the value of your donation at no cost to you. Please be aware that you must have paid sufficient tax in the current financial year to complete a Gift Aid Declaration.

Gift Aid Declaration Form

Please help us continue this good work by making a donation the TPSA.

Please send your donations by cheque to:-

Darrell Fulford



Ridgeway Road,



TEL 01803 292171

Email treasurer@tpsa.org.uk


Please make cheques payable to:-

Torbay Prostate Support Association

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Ultrasound Scanner for Torbay Hospital

In November 2020 we donated £65000 to the Urology Department at Torbay Hospital which purchased a new BK3000 Ultras High Resolution Ultrasound System.

In February 2021 we  also provided a specialist chair costing £17000

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                          Miles for Lives

Teignmouth resident Richard Hudson (52) recently completed the Exeter half marathon in support of the Torbay Prostate Support Association (TPSA) raising over £1,185 for the charity.  £685 came from friends, family, neighbours and his employer Ground Control Ltd who specialise in Arboriculture, Grounds Maintenance & Construction Works, donated a further £500.

Sadly 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in the UK and every 45 minutes a man in the UK will die of Prostate Cancer.  Currently there is no National Screening Programme (unlike that for Breast or Bowel Cancer), with the main test being a simple blood test.

Richard was recently made aware of a Free PSA testing event being run by TPSA in Torbay in June and investigated the work done by TPSA talking to its Chairman Ian Nightingale.

 After which he said “I feel this is a particularly worthwhile and if my run, by early detection increase the treatment options available and may very well save a man's life it is all have been worthwhile.”

He has asked that TPSA use the money to fund a future Free testing event which hopefully can be run later in the year.