Every contribution can save lives
You can adjust the amount you’d like to contribute, and how often you’d like to do so
Your gift takes us halfway to registering another potential lifesaver.

Why does DKMS ask for money?

Why your donation saves lives
This means that, unlike ordinary businesses, the money we raise goes straight into supporting social or scientific causes. Monetary donations allow us to register new blood stem cell donors, which in turn allows us to give even more people around the world a second chance at life.
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DKMS is a nonprofit organisation
We also undertake our own, focusing on improving the outcome of transplants, and the lives of those receiving blood stem cell donations. We're also taking our mission around the world, continuing to grow and diversify the database. We believe that anyone anywhere should be able to find a donor.
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DKMS supports and funds blood cancer research.
As an international organisation fighting against blood cancer, our mission is to give as many people as possible a second chance at life. To do that, we need to raise funds – especially because it costs us £40 to register each new donor.
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It costs us £40 to register just one potential blood stem cell donor. Not everyone who signs up is able to contribute towards this cost, so we need your help.

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Help us to register even more lifesavers

We’d love it if you could help us to get more people on the register so that everyone who needs a blood stem cell donor can find their match.