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The total number of donors
Be A Hero, Become A Donor Drives
from June 7, 2007
- until April 30, 2015 ~ 23,680!
May 1 Delete Blood Cancer Marrow Registry, Troy, AL
Troy Cable/Pike County Alabama
Relay for Life Drive
701 Enzor Rd,
Troy, AL 36079
Lead: Joy Brigham/Deedie Carter
Drive Code: BAH...
May 2 Delete Blood Cancer Marrow Registry, Aliso Viejo, CA
1 University Drive
Aliso Viejo, CA
10:30am - 5:30pm
Space # 427
Lead: Cindy Wright, Aliso Viejo HS
Drive Code: BAH314
May 8 Blood & Marrow Drive, Murrieta, CA
23801 St. Raphael
Murrieta, CA 92562
1pm to 6pm in parking lot
Lead: Patti Baroody, Sue Forster,
Drive Code: BAH319
May 15 Blood Drive & Delete Blood Cancer Marrow Registry,Andover, MN
Saving Lives In Honor of
YMCA 15200 Hanson Blvd NW
Andover, MN, , 55304
12pm - 6pm
Lead: Stacy Elsenpeter
Drive Code: BAH321
May 20 San Diego Blood Drive & Delete Blood Cancer Marrow Registry, Murrieta, CA
Murrieta Valley High School
42200 Nighthawk Way,
Murrieta, CA 92562
Gym from 8am to 1pm
Lead: Geniel Moon
Drive Code: BAH315
May 22 San Diego Blood Drive & Delete Blood Cancer Marrow Registry, Temecula, CA
Chaparral High School
27215 Nicolas Rd
Temecula, CA 92591
Drive code: BAH316
May 30 Delete Blood Cancer Marrow Registry, Eufaula, AL
Barbour County Relay For Life
Eufaula Community Center
14 Center Ave
Eufaula, AL 36027
Lead: Joy Brigham
Drive code: BAH322
May 30 Delete Blood Cancer Marrow Drive, Edina, MN
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Alex's Lemonade Stand weekend!
Run the "Lemon Run/Walk"
The race starting at 10:00 am.
registration at 9:15am
Lead: Kim Anderson
Drive code: BAH3...
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California’s Umbilical Cord Blood Collection Program
Mothers helping othersWelcome to California's Umbilical Cord Blood Collection Program.
This website is designed as an informational resource for expectant parents, patients and their families, as well as health-care professionals, researchers and the general public.
Cord blood is used to treat a variety of diseases, ranging from anemia and cancers of the blood such as leukemia and lymphomas, to disorders such as sickle-cell disease and severe combined immunodeficiency or "bubble boy disease."
Through the Umbilical Cord Blood Collection Program, mothers of newborns will be able to donate their babies’ umbilical cord blood and have it publicly banked so it is available to anyone for lifesaving transplantations.
Cord blood is also valuable to researchers searching for new clinical uses of stem cells.
Cord blood donations are accepted in the Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Sacramento areas.
To learn more, please explore our hyperlinks or contact us at 844-734-CORD (2673)
Your baby can save a life
Cord blood donation surges as hospitals launch public collection programs
When Amalia Kessler was pregnant with her first child, Stella, in 2008, she knew she didn’t want to waste the baby’s valuable umbilical cord blood, which can be a life-saving source of stem cells used to treat cancer and other diseases.
Marrow Miracle Saves Young Boy's Life
MU Student meets patient he saved....
Motivation for college students to save lives....
BAHBAD Donor Match Shares!!
BAHBAD Donor writes letter to patient at 1 year anniversary
medical student at USC,
shares his thoughts with
patient he gave life to.
College baseball coach donates kidney to player
Together We Can Make A Difference
Aquatics center provides reminder of family's loss, hope
Entrance to San Clemente’s new swim complex is named the Evan Cousineau Reception Lobby after a 9-year-old water-sports enthusiast who died in 2007 of complications from a rare genetic disorder. His family is the driving force for Be a Hero, Become a Donor, a foundation that aims to save lives through donations of blood, marrow, cord blood, organs and tissue.
Sent to Prision ex drug dealer paints for families
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Life sometimes carries us to deep, dark, places. This is a story about climbing out. It starts with a self-absorbed drug dealer standing before a federal judge in Minneapolis. Michael Bellotti was 24 years old, a veteran of multiple arrests - and newly sentenced to more than 12 years in prison. Bellotti couldn't have slipped much lower. Turns out, that's what it took for him to begin picking himself back up. Encouraged by another inmate, Bellotti started painting. Once he started, he couldn't stop.
He painted Evan's portrait - you will see it in the bottom right he's wearing a suit & red tie...
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“Her dream was to have her own organic ranch some day,” Sachen said. “She was an incredible kid. She was such a wise old soul, very intelligent.” Sachen, of Aliso Viejo, created a foundation called Savannah's Organic Ranch in his daughter's honor and has been planting organic gardens at Orange County schools in her name ever since.
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