Our Partners

We know we can beat blood cancer. But we also know we can’t do it alone. We work closely with the below organisations to raise awareness and get more people on the stem cell register. We know they’d appreciate your support in any way you can afford to give it, from sharing their life-saving work with your networks to giving a donation.


DKMS are the biggest stem cell register in the UK. They’ve registered over 900,000 blood stem cell donors and helped give over 1,700 people a second chance at life.

Over 2,000 people each year in the UK are in need of a blood stem cell transplant, but just 3% of the UK are registered as potential donors. That’s why DKMS exist — to get more people registered and to save more people from blood cancer.


ACLT is a 40+ times award-winning charity giving hope to patients living with blood cancer and illnesses where a matched stem cell donor is required to save a life.

ACLT improve the odds of finding matches by registering potential donors from all ethnicities, with a focus on donors from the African and Caribbean communities. This is due to an extreme shortage of potential African and Caribbean donors.

Anthony Nolan

Anthony Nolan’s mission is to save and improve the lives of everyone affected by blood cancer and blood disorders.

Their cause is as relevant now as it was when Shirley Nolan founded the charity, in 1974 when no match could be found for her son, Anthony. It’s her pioneering work, in Anthony’s name, that the charity continues today.

Newcastle University Centre for Cancer

While DKMS, ACLT and Antony Nolan do amazing work to help people with blood cancer right now, the NUCC are working to decode blood cancer — so we can be free of it in the future.

Without their research, our collective understanding of blood cancer would be much less, and our risk of being affected by it much greater.

You don’t need a cape to be a hero.

You just need a gob.

So, please, put it to good use.