Who we work with
For many years ACLT has worked with a wide range of health and social organisations and continue to do so to help save the lives of thousands, by promoting and encouraging the recruitment of potential donors within stem cell, blood and organ donation. Our most prominent alliances has been with the three stem cell registries in the UK to recruit potential stem cell donors who are aged 16 – 55 in good health and reside in the UK.
The authority responsible for supplying blood for transplants. Visit the NHS Blood & Transplant blood and NHS Blood & Transplant for organ donation websites for further details of our joint blood and organ donor campaigns.
If you are aged between 18 and 49 you can join the British Bone Marrow Register by providing a blood donation at your local blood donor centre.
Our longest relationship is with Anthony Nolan, the UK’s largest UK bone marrow registry. We have worked together on a number of campaigns including the most recent campaign Being African Caribbean.
If you are aged between 16 and 30 you can join the Anthony Nolan register by providing a saliva sample.
Part of the International DKMS family, the world’s largest stem cell donor centre. DKMS launched in 2013. If you are aged between 17 and 55 you can join the register , We have worked alongside DKMS to register potential stem cell donors across the UK, via the DKMS process which requires you to provide a cheek swab.