Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Could you be the ONE that makes the difference?

Can you spare an hour to help this local mom? Please consider attending this donor drive on Saturday to see if you could possibly be a bone marrow match. It's free, quick, and will help Heather Sutton and so many others fighting for their lives. Click on the link for all the information.  For those of you who read my blog but are not in the Pennsylvania area to attend this donor drive, please click on this link Bone Marrow Donation Information to see how you can help in your area. Also please share with friends! Thanks!

Marrow Donor Registry Drive
When: 02/05/2011 at 9:00am to 12:00pm
Where: Church of Jesus Christ of LDS
1443 Telegraph Road
West Chester, PA
United States 
Contact: Claudia Roemer
When you join the Be The Match Registry®, you become part of every patient's search for a bone marrow donor. You could be the one to save a life of thousands who wait for a bone marrow donor. Heather's medical team will be utilizing this registry as a part of searching for her bone marrow donor match. 

Heather and Jayson are personally committed to helping "Be The Match ®" grow their registry to help others like themselves. They want to create awareness through their personal story and Journey of Hope. This registry drive is one way for them to do that. The Suttons and Team Heather hope to see you there taking that first step!

Please consider becoming a donor and attending our registry drive! Go to the "Become a Donor" page for more information. It only takes a few minutes to get registered! There is no cost to register or donate. Donations are welcomed.

And here's a big dose of inspiration for you. One person can make a difference, could you be the ONE??



  1. Stacey thank you for passing along this information. I would love to help out but unfortunately am disqualified from being a donor. :-( I hope it gets a good turn out though. My grandmother has organized many such events for Ronald McDonald and Children's Hospital and it's a great cause.

  2. Jewels- thank you! Me too. As an Ovarian Cancer survivor, i am not allowed to donate. I just found this out too and it is such a disappointment. That's why I figured I would help out by advertising.. ahhh marketing. It's what i know.