Seventy Four Students ‘Register to be a Lifesaver’

Seventy-four students from the Stamford Endowed Schools have ‘signed up to be a lifesaver’, following a talk presented by Keith Sudbury on the importance of blood, organ and stem cell donation.

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3rd March 2020 — Seventy-four students from the Stamford Endowed Schools have ‘signed up to be a lifesaver’, following a talk presented by Keith Sudbury on the importance of blood, organ and stem cell donation.

Keith and his wife Kay co-founded the charity ‘Register and Be a Lifesaver’ in memory of their son Adrian, who passed away from Leukaemia in 2008. Since setting up the foundation, upwards of 23,000 students have joined the bone marrow/stem cell register, over 7,500 students have joined the organ donor register, above 14,000 students have become new blood donors and more than 82 students have been identified as matches for strangers, and donated either bone marrow or stem cells.

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