Lifeline Project

Lifeline Participant: Marcel

Marcel

At the Foundation, we often hear “I wish I could do something to help.” The Bone Marrow Foundation’s Lifeline Project is a social media outreach so that donors can make a direct and instant difference in the life of a child or adult undergoing a bone marrow or stem cell transplant.

It’s easy. Look at the pictures, read the stories, and donate directly to one (or more) of the patients to help meet their uncovered financial needs during transplant. Donate a little or donate a lot – every dollar makes a difference.

Lifeline Participant: Lynda

Lynda

How often can you say that you saved someone’s life? By being a Lifeline to one of these patients you can honestly say you have. Without financial support from individuals like you, many patients would not be able to afford the ancillary costs involved in receiving a transplant (such as medication, donor searches and testing, assistive devices, housing, transportation, childcare, clean living environment, and much more). Donating through the Lifeline Project enables patients to afford the transplant that will very possibly save their life – it is that simple.

In future posts, look for profiles of patients participating in Lifeline Project. To see all the current participants, click here.

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About The Bone Marrow Foundation

Founded in 1992, The Bone Marrow Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for bone marrow, stem cell, and cord blood transplant patients and their families by providing vital financial assistance, emotional support, and comprehensive educational programs. The Foundation is the only organization of its kind that does not limit assistance to a specific disease, type of transplant or age range.

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