Be The Match

Be The Match

The National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1986 and based in Minneapolis, Minnesota that operates the Be The Match Registry of volunteer hematopoietic cell donors and umbilical cord blood units in the United States. The Be The Match Registry is the worlds largest hematopoietic cell registry, listing more than 10.5 million individuals and nearly 185,000 cord blood units. Wikipedia

Be The Match

The National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1986 and based in Minneapolis, Minnesota that operates the Be The Match Registry of volunteer hematopoietic cell donors and umbilical cord blood units in the United States. The Be The Match Registry is the worlds largest hematopoietic cell registry, listing more than 10.5 million individuals and nearly 185,000 cord blood units. Wikipedia

  • Oct 31 at 3:14 PM
    Happy Halloween! Not only is Cinderella sending in her swab kit today, so is Beetlejuice! Any character (spooky or sweet) can join the registry. Already joined? Tag a friend that could be a life-saver and join the registry today! #happyhalloween #bethematch
  • Oct 21 at 3:52 PM
    Kyle, transplant recipient, is being honored at todays University of Minnesota @gopherfootball Homecoming game. He has inspired countless people to join the registry for other patients searching for their match. Tell your friends to visit BeTheMatch.org/Gophers to #SaveALife!
  • Oct 20 at 0:00 PM
    At age 16, Kyle was diagnosed with fanconi anemia. Doctors determined that Kyle''s best hope for a cure was a marrow transplant. But like 70% of patients, Kyle did not have a fully matched donor in his family and turned to Be The Match to find an unrelated donor. Kyle found his match and received his transplant at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children''s Hospital. This Saturday, Kyle will be honored at the Minnesota Gophers Homecoming football game. Follow along on our social channels for a behind-the-scenes look!
  • Oct 10 at 9:31 PM
    Since the day Henley was born her mother, Jessica, knew something wasnt right. After 5 weeks of respiratory symptoms and not gaining weight, Jessica hit a breaking point when Henleys skin started to turn gray. Henley was admitted to the hospital and at 6 weeks old was officially diagnosed with Swachman-Diamond Syndrome. Since her diagnosis, Henley has been through multiple blood transfusions and will need a bone marrow transplant. With no matching relatives, Henley and her family have turned to the Be The Match Registry in hopes of finding her a life-saving match. You or someone you know could save Henley''s life. Encourage your friends and family to join the registry today.

Oct 31, 3:14 PM

Happy Halloween! Not only is Cinderella sending in her swab kit today, so is Beetlejuice! Any character (spooky or sweet) can join the registry. Already joined? Tag a friend that could be a life-saver and join the registry today! #happyhalloween #bethematch

Oct 21, 3:52 PM

Kyle, transplant recipient, is being honored at todays University of Minnesota @gopherfootball Homecoming game. He has inspired countless people to join the registry for other patients searching for their match. Tell your friends to visit BeTheMatch.org/Gophers to #SaveALife!

Oct 20, 0:00 PM

At age 16, Kyle was diagnosed with fanconi anemia. Doctors determined that Kyle''s best hope for a cure was a marrow transplant. But like 70% of patients, Kyle did not have a fully matched donor in his family and turned to Be The Match to find an unrelated donor. Kyle found his match and received his transplant at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children''s Hospital. This Saturday, Kyle will be honored at the Minnesota Gophers Homecoming football game. Follow along on our social channels for a behind-the-scenes look!

Oct 10, 9:31 PM

Since the day Henley was born her mother, Jessica, knew something wasnt right. After 5 weeks of respiratory symptoms and not gaining weight, Jessica hit a breaking point when Henleys skin started to turn gray. Henley was admitted to the hospital and at 6 weeks old was officially diagnosed with Swachman-Diamond Syndrome. Since her diagnosis, Henley has been through multiple blood transfusions and will need a bone marrow transplant. With no matching relatives, Henley and her family have turned to the Be The Match Registry in hopes of finding her a life-saving match. You or someone you know could save Henley''s life. Encourage your friends and family to join the registry today.