"I was told the summer after my college graduation that I had been matched with a 6 month old baby boy in need of a bone marrow transplant. I felt ecstatic and also blessed to have this special opportunity to save a life. And in the summer of 2019, I attended his wedding."
- Steve, Davidson College
"Do it! I know that for many people the idea of donating bone marrow may be a bit daunting... While the odds of being matched are fairly low, the possibility of having a profound impact on someone's life makes taking the time to join the registry completely worth it."
- Bryce, Syracuse University
"I chose to donate because a couple of needles and a few hours of my time are nothing compared with having the power to save someone's life. No one is too busy to take the time to give someone and their family a life-saving chance."
- Guille, Denison University
"You guys can help. It's never been easier to get on the bone marrow registry list than now to save a life... we appreciate what you guys can do. Feel free to spread the word. The more people we can get on the list, the better it is, so thank you."
- Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panther
"I joined the register in 2009 on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University. In the summer of 2018, I received a call that I was a match. Of course, I said yes I would donate because if you agree to join the registry then you must follow through and do it. You’re possibly giving someone extra time to be with their loved ones. The process was very easy – I was back to work the next day."
- Dr. Antonia Mead, Department Chair,
Health & Human Performance, Johnson C. Smith University
"We lost our daughter, Kelsea, in 2017 because we were unable to obtain a 'match' for her, but perhaps, one day through a collective effort, many lives will be saved.
Most of us don't realize we possess a phenomenal gift that could save a life. We can't produce it on our own for it is a gift that only God gives. Project Life Movement encourages us to share that gift to preserve another's life, and we are proud to partner on such an important mission."
- Cynthia Randolph, mother of Kelsea Randolph (pictured)