What is a Blue Do?

A Blue Do is a fundraising social event for prostate cancer. It can be an office morning tea or after work drinks. It could be a bake sale or a fishing trip. It can be anything really where you get your crew together to raise vital funds to fight prostate cancer.

How Can I Fundraise?

When you register your Blue Do with us, a fundraising page will be created for your event. Share your fundraising page link with your friends and family and your crew and encourage donations to support your event. You can do things like:

  • Set a fundraising goal where your boss will wear blue fancy dress to your do.
  • Do something fun on a ‘dollars per day’ basis. You could dye your hair blue, paint your nails blue or wear blue underwear on the outside per day for every $50 raised. If you’re really brave, do all three!

How Blue Will You Do?

Now you’re ready to go, click here to register your Blue Do. When you’re done we’ll send you a free Blue Do Pack of balloons, bunting and other goodies to decorate your do. You’ll also get some great party food recipes put together by our ambassador, Masterchef Brett McGregor.

So what are you waiting for? Join the fight and help fundraise for prostate cancer today!

If you would like to talk to us about a promotion to support Blue September, please contact the Events and Promotions Manager.
Carol Roche – carol@prostate.org.nz or 09 415 2204

Uber Supports Blue September

Uber will be donating $10 to Prostate Cancer Foundation NZ for every new rider using the promotion code below and you will save you up to $15 off your first trip.

Here’s how to use the promo code:

  1. Download the free Uber app at UBER.COM/APP
  2. Enter the promocode –  MYBLUEDO1
  3. Request your ride

Share this promo code with you friends and family attending any Blue Do’s this September.

Promocode valid for first trip only in NZ. Expires 1-10-17. Not valid on UberEATS. One $10 donation will be made to Prostate Cancer Foundation NZ for every first trip taken applying this promocode.

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