Digitally-led creative agency Albion, has announced the return of its Christmas Bauballs campaign to raise awareness and money for a collective of testicular cancer awareness charities, the Testicular Cancer Awareness Group.
Launched last year, the project returns with a range of four handmade testicle-shaped tree decorations available online for £6 each. A make-your-own pack is also now available for those who want to put their craft skills to the testes for £4 each.
Laura Muse, brainchild of the campaign and creative at Albion, said: “Our campaign last year was a great success and this year we wanted to res-erect the campaign and make it bigger and better than before. Our handmade Bauballs are a fun tongue-in-cheek present for Christmas with all proceeds going to a group of fantastic charities which will provide awareness, education and give support to testicular cancer survivors and their families in their battle with the disease.”
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