About MUG

How we spend the money raised

It is pleasing to note that funds raised by MUG have been spent wisely as detailed below:

£166,500 (so far) for the Male Cancer Nurse for Guernsey;

£12,862 - New cancer nurse training courses,

£8,000 (circa) - Bladder Screener for use by Hospital;

£10,000 - 50/50 split with Pink Ladies on financing a cancer specific rehabilitation exercise program with specialist physics for 2013 and 2014;  

£20,000 - Budget to support Education Dept SHARE section re testicular cancer kits for each secondary school on the Island and a significant testicular cancer awareness programme underwritten;

£3,000(circa) - Financing a GP Conference, organised by MSG consultants and attended by circa 80 to 100 GPs, with specialist MSG and UK based medical specialists attending and speaking;

£3,090 - Centrifuge;

£4,700 - Small -80°C freezer;

£6,000 on distinctive MUG cricket boxes for all Island Year 7-13 boys with educational literature to support   "Check your Balls" /Testicular Cancer Awareness: campaign;

£6,500 on Junior Golf (grass roots initiative to get children involved, and funraise;

£5,000 on Junior Rugby (grass roots initiative to get children involved, and funraise;

£3,000 on Junior Cricket (grass roots initiative to get children involved, and funraise;

£3,000 on Junior Football (grass roots initiative to get children involved, and funraise;

£5,000 on Junior Basketball (grass roots initiative to get children involved, and funraise; 

£3,500 to support Macmillan Cancer Relief Hope Courses 2013 on the Island; 

£5,430 to the Health Promotion Unit to finance three courses run by Macmillan in Guernsey for 2014;

£10,000 on histopathology equipment;

£830 for 9 more sets of prosthetic testicles;

£2,500 on Sun Cream dispensers to be distrubuted throughout the Bailiwick Primary Schools;

£1,266 on a shelter for Bright Beginnings to provide shade to the nursery children;

£40,000 - Guernsey research funding for prostate cancer;

£15,000 State of the art prostate cancer screening equipment and yearly enhancements to software including £7,500 annual licence fee;

£25,000 Gareth Corbett CanMove programme;

£37,843 - Educational, assistance with school cancer lessions;

£10,990 - Check Your Balls Awareness Campaign;

£18,963 - Bowel Cancer Awareness Campaign;

£33,902 - Skin Cancer Awareness Campaign;

£28,976 - Promotional merchandise to give to children. Hoodies, t-shirts, mugs.  All of which can be purchased as well;

£10,322 - Bike ride costs x 2;

£9,400 - Golf Days;

£29,872 - Beard Up Awareness Campaigns x 3;

£12,620 - Bermuda Shorts Week Campaigns

£12,000 - Manshed;

£11,000 - MUG Mound at Salarie Corner.

For further details of the centrifuge and freezer please click here

MUG's first year accounts can be viewed, along with a statement of activities, by going to the 2012 Accounts page.