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From left to right, photos of Kathryn Strange, PhD Student in Research, Jacob, Donor and Esha, a transplant recipient
Donating stem cells

Join the stem cell register

If you’re aged 16–30, then you can apply to join our stem cell register where you’ll be ready and waiting to save someone’s life.

Holly Cross and Sim Barnett Royal Parks Half


From sponsored runs to hosting quizzes, there are so many ways to raise money and make a lifesaving difference

Daniel - in hospital wearing an AN t-shirt

Give money

Give a one off gift or set up a regular donation to make sure we can keep saving lives for years to come. 

Did you know?

Our ground-breaking research shows that younger donors provide better outcomes for patients, so our recruitment age range means we focus on recruiting the best possible donors.

Pam Sami, Anthony Nolan Courier during emergency covid-19 pandemic staff: Clinical and Processing Supervisor Cord Blood, Nottingham


Volunteers make lifesaving happen at Anthony Nolan. Whatever time you have to spare, we have a role for you.

Cord Blood Collection – Dolapo Ogundimo is a new mum who donated her baby's cord blood. Her son, Cyprien, is a born lifesaver!

Donate your umbilical cord

You and your little one could be lifesavers - find out which hospitals offer cord collection.


Become a corporate partner

Could your organisation be our next lifesaving partner?

Post transplant patient's nurse

I felt broken after my stem cell transplant and Hayley was there to help put me back together.

After Georgi’s stem cell transplant, she received specialist care from Hayley, her Anthony Nolan nurse, who was there in her time of need. By expanding our network of nurses, we can ensure every patient can receive this specialist care. 

Did you know?

Our lifesaving work goes far beyond the register – we also provide dedicated patient support and specialist nurses, as well as conduct pioneering research to improve outcomes.