We are big on charitable support and conduct various events and collections to support causes which are very important to us. Our charity partners are shown below, please visit their websites and learn more about them.
Men's First Team Charity Partner - Prostate Cancer UK
We campaign for men with prostate cancer to receive the best treatment and care wherever they live in the UK, based on the latest evidence.
Prostate Cancer UK are the Men’s team’s charity partner
Ladies' First Team Charity Partner - Coventry Haven
Coventry Haven is an experienced provider of domestic abuse services in the city.
Coventry Haven is the official charity partner of the Women’s football team.
Junior Teams Charity Partner - Zoe's Place
Zoë’s Place Trust is a registered charity providing palliative, respite and end-of-life care to babies and infants aged from birth to five years suffering from life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. This care will be provided in a caring, safe, home from home environment known as Zoë’s Place Baby Hospices.
Zoe’s Place is the official charity partner of our Junior section
More on United's involvement with Prostate Cancer UK
The Prostate Cancer Charity was founded in 1996 by Professor Jonathan Waxman to address the 'Outrageous and arbitrary surgical treatment of men'.
We were the first national organisation for prostate cancer in the UK. Our aim was to improve the care and welfare of those affected by prostate cancer, increase investment in research, and raise public and political awareness of a long-neglected disease.
We started small: five members of staff and with our helpline housed in a small room in Hammersmith hospital. It ran one day a week.
We merged with Prostate Action in 2012 and completely rebranded to form Prostate Cancer UK. In the last 20 years, we’ve invested over £37 million into ground breaking research, and continue to provide award-winning support for men.
We have grown in size, strength and influence but our ambition is the same: to put men at the heart of everything we do.
Club official is a survivor but lost his brother Sandy to the disease. Since then he and his partner Marian (our Supporters Club Chairperson) have worked as volunteers for Prostate Cancer UK with the support of Coventry United.
Below : Mel Davis and United Chairman Peter Reynolds and Heather Reynolds cycled from London to Amsterdam for Prostate Cancer
Below : Mel and daughter Kelly complete half-marathon
Below : Mel with Sky Sports' Jeff Sterling
Below : Mel, Heather and Peter at the finish line : Ajax stadium in Amsterdam