UCSF Sustainability Stories
Organ, tissue, bone marrow or blood donations are the ultimate sustainability act. As part of UCSF’s mission of Advancing Health Worldwide, the UCSF community can support this effort in various ways. You can save a life by registering!
Today, January 17, at the 100% You photo exhibit in Milberry Union’s Golden Gate room, a book signing and reception for the opening of the Multicultural Center, you will have an opportunity to help or at the Kip Fulbeck lecture at Cole Hall (noon). Not only can you see the multicultural face of UCSF, you can register as a bone marrow donor in a recent campaign for a 4 year old boy, Kyle Crawford with aplastic anemia. Multi-ethnic donors are the most difficult to find when multi-ethnic recipients are in need. A table will be available so that you can register for this campaign.
Tomorrow, January 18, at the LivingWell Expo, you can learn how to live a healthier lifestyle and support our donor program. Not only will our LivingGreen table be there, but our Zero Waste and Bone Marrow program representatives will be available to accept your registration. Learn how to improve your health, save the earth and save a life, all at same time.
If you missed these events, you can still register. See the flyer below or go to www.aadp.org/homekit to get a mail-in registration kit.