Come the 28th May, it’ll be time for James Gray, a student at Newcastle University, to hit the roads of America! James is cycling from one side of the USA to the other, covering a distance of over 3,800 miles across 10 states in just 40 days. James is raising money for The OddBalls Foundation in support of Testicular Cancer Awareness, a cause he is very passionate about.Donate Now
HOW ARE YOUR DONATIONS BEING USED?
US DonationsYour donations will go to the Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation (TCAF), a registered charity in America that focuses on raising awareness of Testicular Cancer.
TCAF has set up a specific fund that OddBalls will manage to help establish the OddBalls College Ambassador Program.More information on this charity
OddBalls in partnership with TCAF
OddBalls have partnered with the Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation.
TCAF have the same values and vision as The OddBalls Foundation.
TCAF raise awareness of Testicular Cancer by educating, providing resources, providing outreach support, and by creating a survivorship community.
What will the OddBalls College Ambassador Program look like in America?
The College Ambassador Program in America will mirror the University Ambassador Programme in the UK.
OddBalls will establish College Ambassadors across The States to help raise awareness of Testicular Cancer.
College Ambassadors will have the same responsibilities as the UK ambassadors. They will visit middle schools, high school, universities / colleges, businesses, etc., delivering educational talks on Testicular Cancer to help breakdown the stigma. The College Ambassadors will also distribute and fit OddBalls Check Yourself Guides into public spaces that are visible for men to see.
College Ambassadors will also be challenged to organise a fundraising event / awareness campaign to support the College Ambassador Program and help make it more sustainable.
What is the long term goal for the OddBalls College Ambassador Program?
250 College Ambassadors covering all 49 inland states!