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Contribute – Support The EDF

How Can I Help?

Thank you so much for wanting to help people in their fight with
Leukemia and other serious illnesses. There are several ways in
which you can assist them with their struggle.

  • Donating money to the Foundation¬†Most of the patients we hear from are unable to
    work and
    urgently need assistance with living and medical expenses to
    stay alive. Also, as a part of the process to maximize opportunities
    for these patients, we help in funding bone marrow drives to
    continually build the donor database. To donate money to this
    important cause, please send a check or Money order to:The Eric Drew Foundation, Inc.
    P.O. BOX 1949Los Gatos, CA 95031-1949When sending a check or money order, your copy of your check
    is your receipt for your donation.The Eric Drew Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit
    organization.
    A copy of the IRS letter of determination declaring the tax-exempt
    status of the Eric Drew Foundation is available upon
    request.Your donations are tax deductible.
  • Volunteering Your TimeThe Eric Drew Foundation is constantly holding
    fundraisers, dinners, blood drives and other fun functions to
    help fight leukemia and other deadly diseases. Volunteering your
    time and ideas toward these functions is greatly appreciated,
    and you are guaranteed to meet lots of great people.

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  1. Getting Registered In The National Marrow Donor Program

The only way that most Leukemia patients can survive is by having a bone narrow
transplant. Having your tissue type listed in the National
Marrow Donor Program
Database is something everyone should do. You could
save a life by a simple blood or bone marrow donation. To have your blood typed
to be added to this database please make arrangements to visit a blood bank in
your area.You can help by having your blood typed at City
of Hope National Medical Center’s
national marrow program.Or, if you are a resident in the Northern California area, Stanford University
will test your blood for bone marrow type http://bloodcenter.stanford.edu/donate/To find blood banks in other areas, please visit the National Marrow Donor
Program at http://www.marrow.org/DONOR/donor_information_idx.htmlor call

1.800.MARROW2.YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE!








 

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