Young people make the best possible stem cell donors, and we know you’re incredible fundraisers too! There are plenty of ways to get your school, college or university involved in saving lives.
Can your school fundraise for Anthony Nolan to save lives?
Every 14 minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with blood cancer. And for someone with blood cancer, a stem cell transplant from a stranger on our stem cell register can be their only hope of survival.
It costs £40 to add a potential donor to the stem cell register, so raising money is vital for our lifesaving work. By fundraising for Anthony Nolan, your students can do something that will save the lives of people with blood cancer right now.
That’s incredible, right?
Take a look below to find out how your students can start raising lifesaving funds and how we can help their fundraising fly.
Find out more about our Youth Volunteering roles for people aged 16-24, including our Marrow groups in universities and the Hero Project in schools.