Our education programme teaches 16–18-year-olds about the importance of donating stem cells, blood and organs.
We facilitate inspirational sessions explaining how young people could save a life. After the presentations, young people have the chance to register as donors.
Our education activity is the legacy of Adrian Sudbury, a young journalist who died from leukaemia. Adrian believed that more lives could be saved if young people knew the importance of stem cell, blood and organ donation. Read more about Adrian’s story and our history below.
Become an education volunteer
Would you like to give a lesson in lifesaving? You could inspire young people to become potential lifesavers as a volunteer speaker. Find out more and apply.
Become a lifesaving school
It's a great way for students to learn about donation. Find out more about how the Hero Project can work with your school.
Become a hero
If you’ve just heard a lifesaving Hero Project talk, you now have the power to change people’s lives. Pretty amazing, right? Find out more about how you can turn into a hero, starting today.
Anthony Nolan’s education activity is the legacy of a young journalist who died from leukaemia.
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