The OddBalls Foundation
100% of all money donated to the Foundation is used to raise awareness of Testicular Cancer. OddBalls as an underwear business covers all of the day to day running costs, so you can be sure that every penny that is raised for the Foundation is used to spread the awareness of Testicular Cancer and nothing else. This isn't something many charities can claim so we are proud to promote it.
To date, we have raised thousands of pounds! This money is being used to complete our first aim - fitting check yourself guides into male toilets and changing rooms across the country.
Dr Douglas Stuart
Douglas Stuart is a retired GP and Occupational Health Physician. He was born in Edinburgh and qualified in Medicine from Edinburgh University Medical School. For 32 years he was a GP in South Queensferry where his surgery window overlooked the iconic Forth Bridges. He was the Company Doctor to several large Edinburgh Businesses.
He is presently joint vice chair of Chest, Heart, and Stroke Scotland. He is a High Constable of the City of Edinburgh, Honorary Chaplain to the Royal Burgess Golfing Society, and is a keen ,if not very brilliant ,golfer. He is married to a doctor, and has two daughters and three grandchildren. He was awarded the MBE in2009 for services to charity.
Born in 1975 ‘Steve’ is an English Footballer who played 20 years of his career in goal for Newcastle United, the longest-server player in the clubs history. Steve is one of the founders of OddBalls and has taken on the patron role within the charity. His links within the sporting community help promote awareness throughout sports stars and celebrities across the UK.
Check Yourself Guide
In May 2015 we donated £2,500 to Ball Boys for them to use in their fight against testicular cancer. Thanks for everyone who helped make this possible. Since then we have set up our own charity, The OddBalls Foundation.