A Little About Marsha!
Helping others has always been the guiding spirit for Marsha Krone. As a Catholic School teacher for 28 years, dedicated to enriching and inspiring the minds of her students, Marsha has always held the needs of others close to her heart. Currently, Marsha teaches pre-kindergarten at St. Jude's Catholic School, and prior to, taught at Peoria Notre Dame High School for 21 years! With that same spirit of giving, Marsha's dear family and friends encourage you to give back to the woman who has given so much to others, by considering being a bone marrow donor. Diagnosed with rare bone marrow cancer in 2016. Marsha is now in need of a life saving stem cell transplant. Please, sign up to be a bone marrow donor. Your donation may just be the "match" that Marsha needs. 18-44 years olds in general good health are critically needed.
YOU Could be the Match - the CURE is in YOU!
Thank you to everyone that has registered online or at the drive! We have registered over 400!! Thank you for your help and please help us spread the word as Marsha is still searching! If you know any areas that are willing to have a drive, please contact us at email@example.com.
We are on the fast track to find her perfect match!
Next Drive: Pending!
Hope to see you there!!
**Spread the news as there will be more drives soon!**
If you can't attend the drives, you can join at Be the Match ONLINE at www.bethematch.org, use promo code MARSHASMATCH
If you are able to help financially, please help me reach my fundraising goal by making a tax-deductible contribution. Your gift delivers cures to patients desperate for a second chance at life. Every dollar counts. Together, we can make a difference! Your gift also adds new potential marrow donors to the registry, assist patients with uninsured transplant costs and fund innovative research to improve transplant outcomes.
Did you know?
A marrow transplant can be a life-saving treatment for more than 70 diseases including leukemia, lymphoma and sickle cell. Seventy percent of patients do not have a matching donor in their family. They depend on Be The Match to find an unrelated marrow donor and receive the transplant they need.