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UCL Marrow
UCL Marrow work alongside the charity Anthony Nolan to help save the lives of people with blood cancer by signing people onto the stem cell register. For various reasons, young people like us make the best donors – with a real chance of saving a life. That’s why it’s important we do the work we do. Our goals are: 1. To raise awareness of the importance of signing onto the register at UCL. 2. Sign…

Our volunteers help with Donor Recruitment (signing people up for the stem cell register) and Fundraising events. We hold events across the UCL campus all year round, and our volunteers are welcome to tailor attendance to their schedules. The volunteers develop their communication, time-management, responsibility, and creativity among many other skills. Becoming a Marrow volunteer is a wonderful opportunity to make friends from a variet of faculties across UCL!

Time commitment

There is neither a minimum nor a maximum to how much volunteers can get involved with. Our campaigns run roughly once a month, and attendance at stalls is flexible.
Application deadline
What measures have you put in place to ensure volunteers’ safety during COVID-19?
Anthony Nolan have ensured donor recruitment can take place in a socially distanced fashion. We do not work with cash and minimise touchpoints during events. We expect volunteers to follow the UCL safety measures and encourage them to get tested before our events.

This is an opportunity offered by a Student-Led Volunteering Project. It is run by UCL students and supported and supervised by staff in Students' Union UCL Volunteering Service.