15 Minutes to Save a Life

Schedule Project Live Movement to speak at your next event!

In just 15 minutes, we can show your club or organization members show easy it is to save a life. Give us a call or shoot us message, and we’ll set up a meeting that will change the lives of you and your students, team members, or other group.

All it takes is 15 minutes to educate your group on the growing need for stem cell and bone marrow donors. During this time, we’ll explain how a simple cheek swab can be a lifesaver for someone in need, register donors, and swab their cheeks. That’s all it takes – 15 minutes.

*Registering and swabbing one’s cheeks only takes about 5-10 minutes.

We would love to talk with you about how your club or organization can help patients find their “miracle match.”



Project Life Movement’s mission is to save lives and cure diseases such as leukemia, lymphoma and sickle cell disease by growing the number of potential bone marrow and stem cell donors on the global registry.



Our goal is to provide hope to those who are looking for a light at the end of a tunnel. Our quest is to sign up as many healthy people as possible on the global registry. All it takes to register to become a donor is a simple cheek swab. Yes, it’s that easy!


More than 20,000 patients need a bone marrow transplant each year, however, less than half actually receive a “match.”

The ethnic group that is most underrepresented on the registry are minorities. Our goal is to change that.


How do we save lives? Well, by inviting young, healthy college students to join our movement & registry.

We believe focus on college students of all races and ethnicities is a smart model for increasing the diversity of the registry to save more lives.

Why college students? Well, because these individuals are not only young and healthy, but also represent a diverse population.

How can a college student join the global donor registry?  Well, the great new is, it only requires a simply cheek swab. That’s it!

Diversity Matters!