Thanks for checking out Men Against Prostate Cancer (M.A.P.C.),
also known as the Prostate Survivor’s Alliance Foundation.
Winners of the 2013 tournament, Frank Lavezzoli, Joe Murray and Jack Osborn will have their names inscribed on the Rex Hardin Memorial MAPC golf trophy being held by Mrs. Rex Hardin. This perpetual trophy was donated by General Jim Hesson and his wife Joyce.
We were founded in Toledo,
Ohio just a few years ago, by a group of businessmen who felt prostate cancer was
"being placed on the back burner" and more needed to be done to promote and support
early detection and prevention. Not enough was being done to support research to find a
cure or improve tests for early detection.
Our grassroots outreach to work with any
organization with similar goals has increased our mutual ability to work toward
accomplishing these goals as a united voice. Other men’s groups share our feelings and
we work united with them to "get the job done". I hope you find this website helpful. We
have no paid staff and all overhead expenses have been donated by generous contributors.
Our leaders have forty years of business and volunteer leadership and seeks
alliances with like-minded organizations. We are a 501(c)3 and have developing Chapters
in Ohio and Florida, You can get involved as a volunteer advocate in your community as
"one voice for many".
Golf tournaments are our signature event, bringing high net results
and to our fund raising efforts expanding from individual to corporate support.
For more information contact us at email@example.com
Men Against Prostate Cancer Press Release
Men Against Prostate Cancer (MAPC), a 501(c) 3 Florida corporation, held its annual golf tournament during Cancer Week at Heritage Oaks Golf & Country Club. The purpose of the golf tournament is to raise funds for awareness, early detection and basic research to fight this dreaded disease. MAPC has designated Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida as the recipient of this year’s grant. MAPC held an auction and cocktail party on Saturday, March 3 and the golf tourney on Monday, March 5 at Heritage Oaks Golf & Country Club. This will now be an annual event in Sarasota.
In the past 12 months, MAPC has donated $132,500 To Moffitt Cancer Center. Our goal is to establish a long term relationship with Moffitt Cancer Center and promote awareness of this disease in our community as well as fund prostate cancer research.
MAPC urges all country clubs to hold tournaments for Prostate Cancer awareness, early detection and research. Contact us on our web site at menagainstprostatecancer.com. for more information. Working together and with Moffitt Cancer Center, we can help in the attempt to eliminate or lessen the effects of this disease. Early detection can greatly benefit the 239,000 men that will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year.