Without our incredible volunteers, we simply couldn’t do what we do.They are at the very heart of our work. And we’d love you to join them.
From raising money to increasing awareness, inspiring people to join our register to supporting our remarkable donors, there’s a role to suit everyone.
And in return, you’ll get to meet new people, gain new skills, boost your CV – and feel good knowing you’ve helped give people with blood cancer the chance to live.
Not sure what you'd like to do? Download our Ways To Give Time document by clicking on the image below and find out how you can help.
Fancy lending a lifesaving hand? Click on the button below to see our volunteering opportunities:
Find out more about Marrow - lifesaving students who recruit people to our register and raise much-needed funds. With over 50 groups across the UK, there's likely to be one at your university. And if not, we'll tell you how to set one up!
Click on the logo to find out more:
Read our volunteering strategy, aiming to enable people to make a real difference to our lifesaving work.
‘I get huge satisfaction from all the activities that I’m involved in. 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. I’m 67 years old and still working. I still find more than enough time to fit in my activities as a volunteer. Long may it continue.’
Peter Hodes, Anthony Nolan volunteer
Interested in volunteering but not sure what you'd like to do? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 2848250.
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''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