Love Your Balls - Ball Squad

In February 2011 the MGF launched the' Love Your Balls' campaign, designed to be fun and cheeky but at the same time deliver the crucially important message of self-examination and what lads should be looking out for. Originally planned to be used for 6 months the popularity of 'Love Your Balls' has been so great that it has now been adopted as the permanent MGF education and awareness logo.

MGF, along with its plucky volunteers 'the Ball Squad' (our education and awareness team) are now delivering Marks dream by; completing workshops in schools, colleges and places of work; having awareness stands at sporting events, Freshers' Fayres, and workplaces and taking part in fun events like Manchester Pride - all to raise awareness!

Watch this space for up and coming events!

Ball Squad Events

Embarrasing Bodies live

On the 22nd of May 2012, Mike Bignall, Mike Challoner, Ste Bignall, Andy Carpenter, Paul Moorehead, Kris Goodier & Alex Kelly took part in a live testicle check on Channel 4's Embarrasing Bodies live at the clinic. THE MGF ball squad where on the show to promote self checking in young men and make sure lads are loving there balls!

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