The best chance for a blood cancer patient in need is a young stem cell transplant donor - you have the power to influence your campus.
Register donors on your campus
What's expected of a campus lead?
- Be our main point of contact to organize and execute a drive on campus
- Recruit and lead your team of friends and volunteers to rock and roll on the day of your drive
- Identify the perfect day, time and location for your drive
- Schedule a kickoff meeting with your team to discuss how to make your drive the greatest ever
- Secure support from your campus administration (when necessary)
- Ensure that all the registration materials (and swabs!) are returned to DKMS in a timely manner
What can you expect from DKMS?
- Connect you with a Drive Coach to guide and train you for your first donor drive
- Provide the tabling supplies, registration supplies and promotional materials needed
- Supply a qualified, professional reference from DKMS for your resume
- Encouragement, support and recognition of your dedication and generosity
A campus joins the DKMS 100 club after adding at least 100 people to the donor pool through a campus donor drive.
The DKMS Legacy Program is made up of campuses with a longstanding history of hosting annual donor drives. These groups have established a tradition of lifesaving on their campus and commit to continuing that mission each school year.