Benjamins Brothers

by johntaylorhospice in Erdington, Birmingham

We did it
On 25th April 2014 we successfully raised £3,062 with 16 supporters in 56 days

Afro-Caribbean men are 3 times more likely to develop prostate cancer. We want to break down the stigma that surrounds it and save lives.

by johntaylorhospice in Erdington, Birmingham


A good friend and colleague Warner Baker died yesterday from prostate cancer. If we can save one man by inspiring him to get checked early it will be worth it. I am happy to work to promote the tests. Also lets make sure the model is the right colour. African Caribbean men wont relate to a pink model bottom

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£3 or more

£3 Reward

A thank you email from John Taylor Hospice.

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£5 Reward

A thank you email from the Director of Community Investment at John Taylor Hospice.

£8 or more

1 of 40 claimed

£8 Reward

Benjamins Brothers beanie hat, a black woolly hat to keep your head warm on those chilly spring days, emblazoned with BB to show your support for the campaign.

£10 or more

8 of 46 claimed

£10 Reward

John Taylor Hospice postcard with a thank you message on it.

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£20 Reward

A personal message of thanks from the Director of Community Investment on a John Taylor Hospice postcard and a John Taylor Hospice car air freshener.

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£50 Reward

A copy of the John Taylor Hospice recipe book along with a personal message of thanks from the Chief Executive.

£75 or more

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£75 Reward

A book written and signed by Benjamin Zephaniah plus a thank you message from the Chief Executive of the hospice.

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£75 Reward

A CD by Benjamin Zephaniah, autographed, plus a thank you message from the Chief Executive of John Taylor Hospice.

£100 or more

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£100 Reward

DVD and book: To Do Wid Me, by Benjamin Zephaniah and signed by the man himself, plus a message of thanks from the Chief Executive of John Taylor Hospice.

£500 or more

£500 Reward

Afternoon tea, prepared by our in-house chef Steve, with the Director of Community Investment, along with a tour of the hospice.

£1,000 or more

£1,000 Reward

A meal with John Taylor Hospice's Chief Executive at one of the leading Caribbean restaurants in Birmingham, along with a tour of the hospice, plus a copy of our recipe book and a branded car air freshener.

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