Keith Urban, the renowned country singer, recently returned to Australia after undergoing prostate cancer treatment. He was spotted at Sydney Airport and is expected to perform at Toowoomba’s “It’s A Bloke Thing” luncheon. This event holds personal significance for Urban, as his father, Robert, succumbed to prostate cancer in 2015, and other family members have been affected by it.

The “It’s A Bloke Thing” Foundation, established seven years ago, has raised millions of dollars for prostate cancer awareness and research. In 2017, the local community generously donated over $1.53 million to this cause, making it one of the nation’s most effective midday fundraising programs.

Keith Urban’s return to Australia was marked by a charitable gesture as he performed at the fundraising lunch for free. His contribution helped the event break records, raising an impressive $2,024,000.00. Urban’s generosity played a crucial role in the event’s success, furthering the mission of raising funds and awareness for prostate cancer research.