Im Eric and this is cleaning up for a cure. I would like to take a second to say thank you, if you have come this far its only one more step to help save lives.
Someone you know has been affected by cancer, blood disorders, bone disorders, or some kind of terminal illness that may have left them and their family feeling hopeless. No one should ever feel that way again, and the fine folks at Be The Match are dedicated to adding new potential marrow donors to the registry, assisting patients with uninsured transplant costs and funding innovative research to improve transplant outcomes to provide hope for people in need.
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.
Think local, act global. This research and aid will help the people in your community by providing everyone everywhere with better access to transplants and new information to improve the methods behind the procedure.
I will be going out every morning to local neighborhoods, parks, walking trails, and any area where garbage has accumulated to pick up plastic and recycle it. I am asking everyone for $5 for every trash can full of plastics I recycle. I will start at 9 AM every weekday and walk for at least two hours or until my can is full picking up plastics. I will document the adventure every day on FB Live, provide pictures, and keep updates so you can keep track and know my can is full.
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!