Pitt's Gift Of Life
You can be a part of making our dream of ending blood cancer a reality!
Gift of Life is one of the nation’s largest bone marrow registries helping children and adults find donors for bone marrow transplants. As University of Pittsburgh's Campus Ambassador, my goal is to educate and raise awareness in our community about marrow and stem cell donation. Through local drives and awareness programs, I hope to add 1,000 new potential donors to the Gift of Life registry. By expanding the bone marrow registry I hope to be able to provide children and adults with leukemia or lymphoma a second chance at life.
The registration process is simple and free to the possible donor, requiring only a quick cheek swab, but these tests are expensive and so with your help, I also hope to raise $1 for every donor I register!
Please support my goal of 1000 donors and $1500 and become a member of the Gift of Life bone marrow registry or donate to help find matches for patients in need!
Pitt's Gift Of Life Updates
New match in Pitt's Gift Of Life
A donor sponsored by Pitt's Gift Of Life has matched a 28 year old man battling Acute Myelogenous Leukemia.Share on Facebook
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