Who are we?
Marrow is a student-lead branch of the Anthony Nolan charity. We're set up in lots of universities up and down the UK to save the lives of people with blood cancer.
Marrow has three important aims:
To raise awareness of Anthony Nolan and blood cancer within universities around the UK. This means spreading the word, holding events and letting Aber students know about our lifesaving work.
To give every student the opportunity to join our stem cell register. We groups run recruitment drives all over the university to make sure students know all about becoming a lifesaver.
To raise funds to help support Anthony Nolan’s vital work. We groups hold fantastic fundraising events, including bake sales, bucket shakes, balls and more.
How can I get involved?
We will be holding LOADS of events in the next academic year- starting in September with Freshers! You'll have the opportunity to speak to us then, and then you can save lives, raise money, and maybe have the opportunity to come to a conference to meet other amazing marrowers across the country!
There's no set schedule to Marrow- that's the beauty! You can commit yourselves to as many or as few events we hold as fits your schedule.
Feel free to contact us on: email@example.com (our email) if you have any questions about us. You can also contact us on Facebook (Aber Marrow). Hope to see you in September!
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