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Fancy helping save the lives of people with bone cancer?
Want to have loads of fun and meet new people from unis across the UK?
Want a worthwhile position of responsibility for your CV or clinical school application?
Cambridge Marrow is our uni's branch of a national student-run society that aims to help save the lives of people with bone cancer. Marrow works alongside Anthony Nolan, a pioneering charity that recruits people to its bone marrow register and matches potential donors with people in desperate need of a stem cell transplant.
Every day, the charity helps 2 people in need of a transplant, but still 1 in 2 people will not find a suitable match.
Our aim is to get more people signed up to the register by running recruitment drives where people can sign up, as well as doing fundraising activities and raising awareness. We also have loads of fun, with plenty of socials each term and the opportunity to meet new people from Cambridge and other unis across the UK at events and regional/national AGMs.
There are loads of opportunities to get involved, from one-off voluntary roles at individual events to being on the committee! We need volunteers, counsellors (we provide free training events most terms), college reps and committee members. And of course, we also need people to sign up to the register to become a potential life-saver!
If you have any questions or want to get involved, please get in touch via email or facebook, or come along to one of our events!