The coordinating voice for Black, Asian, Mixed Race and Minority Ethnic transplant donation

If you would like to sign up to donate your organs or bone marrow, please use the following links below.

If you believe in organ donation, prove it. Would you take an organ if you needed one? Nearly everyone would. But only 31% of us have joined the Organ Donor Register. More than 10,000 people in the UK currently need a transplant. Of these, 1000 each year – that’s three a day – will die waiting as there are not enough organs available. Please help us to turn people’s good intentions about organ donation into action by registering on the NHS Organ Donal Register.

The ACLT (African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust) is a leading Cancer charity dedicated to raising the awareness of the shortage of Black and Ethnic Minority donors on the UK Bone Marrow, Blood and Organ registers. Finding a Bone Marrow or Organ match is greater if the donor is from the same racial background. The charity was established in 1996 by Beverley De-Gale and Orin Lewis, the parents of former Leukaemia sufferer Daniel De-Gale, recruits potential donors to come forward at registration drives and provides valuable support to people suffering with blood cancers and organ transplant requirements who face incredible odds in their worldwide search for a donor.

DKMS are dedicated to the fight against blood cancer and blood disorders. Our mission is to provide a matching donor for every blood cancer patient in need of a blood stem cell donation. To make this happen we raise awareness, recruit and retain potential blood stem cell donors to provide a second chance of life, and improve blood cancer therapies by our own research.

Anthony Nolan uses its register to match bone marrow donors with blood cancer patients in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. It takes just ten minutes to sign up – you simply fill in a short application form and provide a small saliva sample. By signing up to the register, you will help us cure blood cancers like leukaemia for good.