1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. That's why we've raised over $2 million and funded 18 cutting-edge research grants to date.

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40 days of basketball. 27 games in 27 cities. Millions of fans and countless impressions.
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The Saturday of Father’s Day Weekend

June 19, 2020 – 8am – Little Donkey in Homewood

November 11, 2021

6:00pm (Doors open at 5:30pm)
Protective Life Stadium Club

This year, we will come together for a virtual event to raise the vital funds needed for prostate cancer research.

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Coach Bruce Pearl helps raise awareness in the fight against prostate cancer at this annual marquee matchup played in celebration of the life of former Commissioner Mike Slive.
Show your support in the fight against prostate cancer with The Mike Slive Foundation license plate.
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About The Foundation

Our Mission

To save lives by raising awareness of prostate cancer and by funding cutting-edge research.

Our Vision

To fund research which eradicates prostate cancer as a major public health threat in our lifetime.

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The Beginning of the End of Prostate Cancer

The legacy of Mike Slive’s life and work has given the Foundation national opportunities to raise awareness of prostate cancer through intercollegiate athletics. New initiatives continue to grow the cause beyond Alabama.

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Prostate Cancer Research

1 in 8
men

will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer
claims a life every

15
minutes

African-American
men are more than

twice
as likely

to develop
Prostate Cancer

A Public Health Crisis

Hidden In Plain Sight

This year alone, over 248,500 men will develop prostate cancer, and the disease will claim over 34,000 lives. Prostate cancer is the 2nd most common form of cancer among men. One in eight men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetimes, in line with one in eight women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer. But prostate cancer is treatable when caught early. Awareness is key.

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Be a catalyst for the cure.

With your help, the Mike Slive Foundation will generate national awareness and fund the scientific breakthroughs that will save lives and end prostate cancer.

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