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2.6K raised for Prostate Cancer UK

17 March 2014

MK Dons raised a whopping £2,680.73 for Prostate Cancer UK at the Peterborough United match this past weekend.

The Club hosted its ‘Men United’ matchday on Saturday in order to raise awareness for the Football League’s Official Charity Partner, Prostate Cancer UK. The game was one of 62 Men United match days which have or will take place across the Football League between March 1st and April 18th.

As well as providing awareness, the Dons also threw their weight behind an exciting campaign which offered adult, male fans with the chance to be a mascot for the day.

Over £1,000 was raised by the six highest bidding supporters and they were able to fulfill the opportunity of a lifetime and lead the team out of the tunnel in front of 9,000 others at stadiummk.

Elsewhere, over £1,400 was raised by supporters around and inside the ground while £200 was donated at the Man of the Match shirt auction.

The Football Club, the Football League and Prostate Cancer UK would all like to thank the supporters who donated on Saturday and helped to fight the battle against Prostate Cancer.

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