BE A DONOR

Everyday, 6 people are diagnosed with a blood disease.
For some, their only hope is a bone marrow donation.

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YOU COULD BE THE 1 IN 20,000 TO SAVE A LIFE.
REGISTER TO BE A DONOR.

Help take us one step closer to finding a match for patients affected by blood diseases.
Be a bone marrow donor. Choose to save a life.

How it Works

REGISTER

RECEIVE YOUR SWAB KIT

MAIL BACK YOUR SAMPLE

WE’LL CALL IF YOU’RE A MATCH

Register to be a Donor

Your selfless decision will mean a lot to patients affected by blood diseases. If you’re ready to make a difference, please fill up the form below.
You should be between 17 to 49 years old and in good health. Upon registration, you’ll receive a postal kit within 3 working days.

Thank you for taking this significant step to help save a life. All information you provide will be kept strictly confidential.

Help us learn more about you so we can send relevant information the right way.

Every second counts. We will only get in touch with these contacts if you come up as a match and cannot be reached.
If you are a foreigner, please provide one contact from Singapore and one contact from your home town.



What Happens If I Am A Match

When You Get The Call

After you have registered and are a qualified donor with us, you may be identified as a possible match for someone who needs a transplant. Our Donor Coordinator will journey with you through the next steps as a possible bone marrow donor to save a life....

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Being a Donor

Who can be a donor?

Anyone between the ages of 17 and 49 can sign up as a bone marrow donor – as long as you’re in good health. You can apply online for a postal kit to be sent to you. Just do a simple cheek swab and send it back.

For our Muslims friends, the Islamic Religious Council has issued a Fatwa giving approval for all Muslims to be bone marrow donors and help save the lives of patients.

When do I become a donor?

Your tissue type has to match perfectly with that of the patient’s, with the odds at a staggering 1 in 20,000. It all depends on the rarity of the patient’s tissue type. However, once you’re identified as a compatible donor, you may be the only person who can provide the life-saving bone marrow to that patient.

Do I have to pay any expenses?

No you don’t. You’ll be reimbursed for all expenses relating to the donation, including travel expenses or unpaid leave, although most employers are very supportive and will allow you additional time for medical check-ups.

After the donation, you’ll be given 2 to 3 days of medical leave, so you get adequate rest. Throughout the whole process, our BMDP Donor Centre Coordinator will assist you to set up appointments, answer your questions and be your liaison.