You can help !

Become a bone marrow donor
Get registered! Help save lives, and spread the word. It’s as easy as swabbing the inside of your cheek! To register you need to be a healthy (with no communicable diseases) person between 18 and 61 years of age.

For more information:
In United States : Contact Friends of Kingston or
In New Zealand :
In Australia :

Sponsor a bone marrow drive
Contact us for information on how to hold your own drive.
Donate blood
There is a severe shortage of blood and blood products in the United States and worldwide. Many patients with leukemia and primary immune deficiencies need large amounts of blood, platelets and other blood products.

Please locate your local hospital or Red Cross to donate

Pregnant women, donate cord blood
Cord blood is the blood that remains in the umbilical cord after the baby is born. Although once considered a medical waste and thrown away, scientists now know that cord blood is rich in stem cells.

Stem cells make many different types of cells in the body including blood cells that carry oxygen, fight disease and help stop bleeding. Umbilical cord blood stem cells are collected after the baby has been born and the umbilical cord has been clamped and cut. For these reasons, the stem cells can be safely obtained without any risk or pain to the mother or baby. Once collected, the stem cells can then be preserved for future uses and can provide hope to patients with primary immune deficiencies, leukemia, lymphoma or other diseases.

We hold numerous events and always need people to volunteer their services. Contact us and sign up today to help with an upcoming event. Call 714.381.3419 or email Isaac at