Awareness is Key
Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men aged 15 to 49. Yet, for many young and middle-aged guys, it’s not even on their radar. Over 2,500 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer in the UK, but it is over 98% curable and, when detected early, requires less treatment. Nevertheless, many men don’t like to talk about their balls and find it a struggle to go to the GP. We would like to encourage men to check themselves regularly and feel confident to see a GP if they have any concerns.
You can help us to raise awareness and save lives.
SAS Who Checks Wins
In November on International Men’s Day we launched our first new campaign since 2016! Based on our aims Support Awareness Survival volunteer Bill Brand came up with the concept of Who Checks Wins. Together with Jon Dixon’s Doodles, Sue Brand’s ideas, Neil Hendy’s design, Clear As Day’s animation skills and some lottery funding we have a fantastic campaign.
We were lucky to get some extra endorsement from Mark Billy Billingham MBE and have been made finalists at Charity Film Awards.
Are your balls Match Fit?
The award winning Match Fit Campaign is materials using 7 ball sports to promote the importance of self-checking and saving lives.
We have packs for your club and also pitch banners too. If you would like a pack please email: Richard.email@example.com
Wear the Band (or Pants)
For just £1, you could buy one of our eye-catching wristbands to help raise awareness of testicular cancer and It’s in the Bag.
We also have lots of merchandise to help raise awareness and save lives.
Our quirky designs and useful merchandise are non-profit, aimed to start conversations. This could be our iconic pants or shopping bags. From water bottles to T-shirts, from cufflinks to balls, why not take a look?
Awareness Ambassadors are volunteers within It’s in the Bag who are both experienced and keen to save lives.
Lead by Richard Bullard