We have hundreds of volunteers up and down the UK who support our lifesaving work. Without them, we couldn’t save as many lives as we do. With you on board, we can save even more.
If you’re interested in volunteering for us, but not sure what you'd like to do, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 2848250.
Anyone. Whether you can spare a few days or just a couple of hours, there’s a role for you in the battle against blood cancer.
We rely on volunteers at our donor recruitment events to help us talk to potential donors about joining the register, check application forms and collect saliva samples.
If you're at university, you could join or set up a Marrow group and recruit students to our register.
Live in Merseyside, the Midlands, Bristol, Yorkshire and London? You could give presentations to 16–18 year-olds about the importance of donating bone marrow, blood and organs via the Register and Be a Lifesaver programme.
We have a team of couriers who transport donated stem cells around the world. Most trips start or end in London, so if you live in the capital, get in contact to find out more.
We have 45 Friends Groups across the UK who together to raise money, spread the word about our work and help recruit potential lifesavers. And they’d love to hear from you.
We need volunteers to support our incredible donors during their donation in London and Sheffield.
Feeling energetic? Then take on one of our challenges and raise money for people with blood cancer. - See more at: http://www.anthonynolan.org/8-ways-you-could-save-life/volunteer-us/volu...
Then take on one of our challenge events and raise money for people with blood cancer.
If you know someone aged between 16 to 30 who wants to help to cure blood cancer, why not tell them about our register?
''Every time you pack a spit kit, every youngster who joins the register as a result of your talk, and every time you deliver a bag of stem cells, you know you’re helping to potentially save a life.' - Peter Hodes, volunteer