Men´s Health Matters III

Charlie with a pup. Credit: Charlie

Meet the rest of the ten men who spent their March supporting Javea Cancer Care.


“I´m more of a designed for comfort, not speed, kind of individual,” says Charlie, but in March of this year, he committed to walking 200 km to help Cancer Care Javea.

Charlie has witnessed his loved ones battle cancer, and he has witnessed them winning too, so took on the challenge.

Mick Ward

Mick Ward played gigs to fund his engineering degree and found that music was his real vocation.

This month Mick committed to exercising for at least one hour, daily.

After losing his wife, Mick dedicated himself to his music and children.

Alastair Wallace

A businessman consultant and the Chairman of Javea Players Theatre, Alastair leads a bustling life: a husband and a father to three.

For charity, Alastair spent March alcohol-free, even on St Patrick’s Day.


Boudy lost his father to cancer and his 86-year-old mum is battling cancer for the third time.

With his two sons, he committed to doing 6,000 sit-ups throughout the month, even though he hasn’t done a single one for the past 30 years.

To donate, visit Javea Cancer Care on Facebook or Paypal

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Written by

Anna Akopyan

Originally from Moscow, with Russian and Armenian origins, Anna has lived in Costa Blanca for over ten years. She is passionate about singing, acting and traveling.