What is a registration drive?
When there is an opportunity to address a large audience, we can use your platform to educate and raise awareness on the challenges individuals face living with blood cancer and other illnesses where a stem cell, blood or organ donor is required to save their lives.
Attendees at ACLT donor registration drives have the opportunity to join all three donor registers: blood, organ (living and deceased) and stem cell (bone marrow).
2018 Registration drive results
This year (2018) ACLT attended nearly 200+ fundraisers and awareness events, with many providing ACLT the opportunity to host donor registration drives. We’ve worked with universities, colleges, schools, churches, corporate organisations, music concerts, theatre nights, comedy shows. We worked in conjunction with the KickOff@3, MET Police, Black Police Association, Merseyside and Cheshire Police, Religious Sector, Schools, Colleges, Universities, American Airlines and many other groups and organisations.
Breakdown of donor signups in 2018
Stem Cell Donors – *still counting..
Blood Donors – *still counting..
Organ Donors – *still counting..
|Type of Donor||No. of individuals registered|
|Potential Stem Cell Donors||*1915|
*Figures correct as of 17th December 2018
2019 Registration drives
2019 PRIVATE DONOR DRIVES
Thursday 14 February, Time: 10am – 3pm. St. Francis Xavier 6th Form College, 10 Malwood Road, Clapham SW12 8EN
Tuesday 26 February, Time: 12pm – 3pm. Southfields Academy – 333 Merton Road, Wandsworth SW18 5JU
Tuesday 28 February, Time: 08.30am – 12.30pm. Southfields Academy – 333 Merton Road, Wandsworth SW18 5JU
Friday 01 March, Time: 8.30am – 1pm. Bishop Thomas Grant School, Belltrees Grove, Streatham SW16 2HY
Thursday 07 March, Time: 10am – 4pm. Woodhouse College, Woodhouse Road, London N12 9EY
Friday 15 March, Time: 2pm – 4pm. Royal Borough of kensington & Chelsea Network Hub, 292 Kensal Road, London W10 5BE
Wednesday 27 March, Time: 10am – 3pm. City of Westminister College, Paddington Green, London W2 1NB
Thursday 09 May, Time:08.30am – 12pm. Claremont High School – Claremont Avenue Kenton, Harrow, HA3 0UH
2019 PUBLIC DONOR DRIVES
Sunday 19 May, Time: 10am – 4pm. Kickoff@3 – Croydon MET Police, Sports Club, The Warren, Croydon Road, Hayes, Bromley BR2 7AL
Sunday 7th July, Time: 10am – 4pm. Kickoff@3 – Daniel De-Gale Cup Final – Sports Club, The Warren, Croydon Road, Hayes, Bromley BR2 7AL
Saturday 20th July and Sunday 21st July, Time: 12pm – 7pm. Lambeth Country Show – Brockwell Park, Dulwich Road, London SE24 0PA
Sunday 11th August, Time: 09.30am – 12.30pm. The Church of Pentecost UK – 746 Green Lane, Dagenham, RM8 1YX
Saturday 17th August, Time: 1pm – 4pm. Slavery Remembrance – Sankofa Day – Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DX
Sunday 25th August, Time: 12pm – 7pm. Notting Hill Carnival – Corner of Ladbrooke Grove and Lancaster Road, W11 1PR
Should you wish to attend one of the many ‘open to the public’ 2019 events where we are registering donors onto the stem cell, blood and organ donor register, please check here for details. Please only attend events that state they’re ‘open to the public’, to avoid any inconvenience from last minute event changes.
How we register donors
There are a number of ways we register potential donors at drives.
You will be asked to complete a brief blood donation application form. ACLT will send the completed form back to NHS Blood & Transplant on your behalf. At a later date you will receive (in the post) a letter from NHS Blood & Transplant inviting you to call them on +44 (0) 300 123 23 23 to book an appointment to donate blood at a blood donor centre at a convenient location close to your home, place of work or education establishment.
For more information, see our blood donation page.
You can register as a deceased organ donor by completing a short form. That’s it! Within the month you should receive your Organ Donor card via the post. Please ensure you inform your next of kin and loved ones of your wish to donate your organ/s.
For more information, see our organ donation page.
The majority of living organ donations are kidney transplants. Unlike many other organs, we only need one kidney to survive, so these transfers can be done while the donor is alive.
The UK’s living donation register has an extremely low number of BAME donors: one that is disproportionate to the number of people in need. Only 17 people from the Black community came forward as a donors last year. Right now, if your kidneys fail and you are Black, you’ll wait on average three years for a new one.
At our drives, individuals interested in registering will be asked for a few details, which we’ll use to follow up with them at a later date.
For more information on signing up, see our organ donation page.
Stem cell donation
There are three ways you can join the stem cell register.
For more information, see our stem cell donation page.
Registration outside of drives
We also welcome single signups in person. To do this, just give us a ring on +44 (0) 203 757 7700 or email on email@example.com and we’ll arrange a time to talk things through. We can accommodate office appointments from Monday to Friday, 10am till 4pm.
If you’re not ready to make a decision, you can request more information is sent to you by signing up to our Interested Register. For more information, see our donations pages: blood, deceased organ donation, living organ donation, or stem cell donation.