Anthony Nolan is a pioneering UK charity that saves the lives of people with blood cancer and blood disorders where a blood stem cell or bone marrow transplant is their only hope of survival.
Every day, Anthony Nolan facilitates three potentially lifesaving transplants by tirelessly matching patients with donors through their donor register. It also supports patients and their families throughout their transplant journey and conducts research to improve transplant outcomes.
RSM has had a relationship with Anthony Nolan for many years. We are proud to support a charity which makes such a transformational difference to save people’s lives.
‘I cannot emphasise enough how grateful we are to the thousands of people who give their time so generously to support Anthony Nolan. Their commitment and passion for the charity is incredible. Without them, Anthony Nolan would not be able to help so many people in need of bone marrow transplants; volunteers really do help us save lives.’
Henny Braund, Chief Executive at Anthony Nolan
This year, RSM is celebrating 10 years of helping Anthony Nolan save lives by doing the #RSM10forAN.
For 10 days from Wednesday 10 June we cycled 10 km, walked 10,000 steps or spent 10 minutes a day on something new. Whatever it was, we raised vital funds for a fantastic cause.
Anthony Nolan (AN) is the charity that makes lifesaving connections between people with blood cancer and incredible strangers ready to donate their stem cells. They save lives every single day. Three lives a day in fact!
That's why at RSM we're so proud to have played our part. During our decade-long partnership we've:
- helped launch AN's schools programme to find lifesavers across schools in the UK;
- funded nearly 500 grants for blood cancer patients; and
- powered 5,000 life-saving courier trips taking stem cells from donors to the patients that need them.
Now it's time to celebrate these fantastic achievements and this amazing milestone.
You can keep up to date with all the activities by following our hashtag #RSM10forAN.
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