About a third of the people diagnosed with aplastic anaemia in this country every year will be children. Let's put this into some context:

  • it is estimated that between 100 and 150 people will get the bad news - they have aplastic anaemia
  • out of this group, between 30 and 50 will be children and young people
  • whilst treatment for aplastic anaemia is similar to that of cancer sufferers, a child or a young person diagnosed with aplastic anaemia will sadly not experience the same high level of co-ordinated care and support that they need

Recognising that this is not acceptable and having heard the pleas for help from parents with children suffering from aplastic anaemia, we have decided that now is the time to do something about it.

The MarrowKidz idea was born. You can read more about this much needed project here.

We need funds to get the project off the ground. Please get in touch to discuss the opportunity for you to do something amazing - make MarrowKidz happen!