Uni can be the best time of your life, and the best time for lifesaving. Young people are the best possible stem cell donors, and we know you’re incredible fundraisers too.
Raise and Give
If you’re part of your uni’s Raise and Give (RAG) society, you can nominate Anthony Nolan as one of your RAG’s charity partners to make an even bigger lifesaving impact.
How can your RAG be involved?
How we’ll support your RAG
We’re here to support you and your RAG every step of the way to help you reach your targets while developing new skills. You’ll have a dedicated member of our team to support you, as well as all of this:
So don’t hesitate to get in touch for more information on skydives, collections, and more! We can chat about how we work with RAGs and how you can support us as one of your chosen charities.
If you’re proudly part of a society, or a key member of a club, you can get your group on board to fundraise for Anthony Nolan – it can be for the whole year, or at a one-off event.
From bake sales and bucket shakes, to cocktail evenings and ceilidhs, we’ll be able to help with advice, tips and decorations to make any event you hold a success.
To take your fundraising even higher, your society can jump into our Student Skydive! It’s a great way to raise awareness and funds, and you can take it on as a team or fly solo. If you want to know what an Anthony Nolan skydive is like, then check out our video below.
Get in touch to tell us all about your society, and chat about your ideas and how you can get involved.
Marrow is our network of student groups in over 50 universities across the country, with hundreds of volunteers all working towards the same goal - to help save the lives of people with blood cancer.
Marrow have three aims:
Find out more about Marrow, and if there’s already a group at your university.
Fancy a skydive?
There’s nothing like the thrill of a skydive. Feel the adrenaline rush as you fall into the open skies, then surround yourself in the blissful silence as you drift back to Earth. The views are incredible, but the excitement is out of this world. Almost. Check out this video to find out more.