Donate your celebration to DKMS

Make your celebration especially meaningful by dedicating it to deleting blood cancer and supporting DKMS.

Asking for donations instead of gifts

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday or an anniversary, why not make it extra special, avoid any unwanted gifts and ask for contributions to DKMS instead? Your party guests can give the gift of helping to delete blood cancer.

Using the website Fundzzle, guests can easily contribute to your gift. You can choose to spend some of this money on one special gift for yourself or donate all of these contributions to DKMS. Fundzzle can also be used to compile a guest list and send out invitations.

For more information please click contact us or call 0208 747 5656.

Wear It Red!

Wear It Red

Turn your occasion red and raise awareness of blood stem cell donation. Ask attendees to wear red, decorate the venue with DKMS banners and balloons and give out leaflets encouraging people to join the register. Contact us below or phone 0208 747 5656 and we’ll send out everything you need.

Facebook fundraising for your birthday

Facebook

Facebook fundraising is a really easy way to donate your birthday to DKMS. Simply log in to Facebook and click below to set up your fundraiser. It’ll be shared on your timeline and all your family and friends can easily donate.

DKMS party favours

Wristbands

If you’re throwing a big bash to celebrate a special occasion, why not give guests a lasting momento of the event. You can order DKMS pin badges, wristbands, pencils and balloons by contacting us below or calling 0208 747 5656.

Support DKMS at your wedding

Wedding Favours

From special DKMS wedding favours to asking for donations instead of gifts, there are plenty of ways your can help to delete blood cancer at your wedding.

Celebrating the life of someone special

In Memory Giving

You can choose to remember someone special in a meaningful way by organising a funeral collection, setting up a tribute page or fundraising for DKMS. Click below for more information or contact Georgina by phoning 0208 747 5656.