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Whether you walk on your own, with your household, or with family and friends from afar (we’re thinking synchronised walks or a big relay!), you can organise the walk that works for you. It’s your walk, your way. Are you ready?

We’re living in strange and extraordinary times. Even though the world seems to have stopped turning, blood cancer hasn’t.

Today, five people will start their search for a stranger to save their life. Anthony Nolan finds a lifesaving match for three people every day, but there are still thousands of people waiting to find a matching donor.

Our work can’t stop because of the current coronavirus pandemic; we’re working harder than ever to keep cells moving as well as continuing to grow the stem cell register to give patients the best possible chance of finding their matching donor. this means your support is needed now more than ever.

Without you, there is no cure.

 

Walking Together community

People all over the country are taking on lifesaving walks. This map shows the community of amazing people who are taking on their walk, their way, this Blood Cancer Awareness Month.

Walking Together
Saving Lives

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and all over the country people are Walking Together, Saving Lives. This is your chance to be part of it!