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The Story

Thank you for attending the ACLT and 10,000 Donors Virtual Registration drive, presented by ACLT co-founders Orin Lewis OBE and Beverley De-Gale OBE, and 10,000 Donors campaigner Peter McCleave and his wife Jenny McCleave.

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We are grateful to you for taking the time out of your work schedule to listen to our story and learn how you can potentially give the gift of life to someone in desperate need.

During the presentation you would have heard Orin, Beverley, Peter and Jenny speak about how important it is for more people of all races to join the blood stem cell register, but here’s a reminder of some important stats to consider:

“It our mission to ensure there are matched donors waiting and available for patients when they need it; that blood stem cells are as available to us all as Aspirin. It is crucial that we do all we can to offer hope to people with blood cancer and blood disorders.

Regardless of your racial background, we’re glad you’ve decided to take the step of potentially becoming a lifesaver to someone else in desperate need. There are many individuals who look like you and are in need of a blood stem cell donation to enable them to beat blood cancer and live life to the fullest alongside their loved ones.

Please do share your news with your wider family and friends to encourage them to join too.

Thank you.”

Orin, Bev, Pete, Jenn

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If you are unable to register as a potential donor, we would be very grateful if you could consider making a contribution towards the cost of a registration.

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It costs us £40 to register a new donor on the UK stem cell registry. As a charity, we rely on monetary donations from the public to help cover this cost and greatly appreciate any contribution, no matter how big or small.

Are you ready to become a potential lifesaver? Join the register now