Aberdeen Marrow Fundraising Event

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The RGU IHI chapter is happy to announce our next event, which will be raising money for Marrow.

Marrow is a network of students working on behalf of Anthony Nolan, the UK’s leading blood cancer charity. These amazing people work hard to raise lifesaving awareness of stem cell and bone marrow donation in our universities and local communities. They sign up students and people aged 16-30 to the Anthony Nolan stem cell and bone marrow donor register, and raise vital funds to support Anthony Nolan’s work.

Our 2015/2016 IHI secretary, Ashley Graham (Biomedical Sciences) stated that “Aberdeen Marrow is student led like ourselves, and its work is vital to help save lives across the country. Some of our student members are personally affected by the need for bone marrow transplants so we wanted to contribute to this fantastic cause.”

To support this great charity we will be hosting a games night with LOADS of prizes up for grabs including gift sets, now TV boxes and vouchers for some of your favourite bars and restaurants just to name a few.

Tickets are £2 each and raffle tickets are only £1 for 5! You don't have to be a member to attend so bring along your friends, flatmates, family and anyone else you know. The more the merrier!

Tickets will be on sale starting Monday the 7th.  Come along to one of the following sessions to collect them:

Monday the 7th - 10:30-12:30 in H507 in the health building.
Tuesday the 8th - 2-5pm outside N242 in the SIWB
Thursday the 10th - 2-5pm outside the PALS office on level 5 of the SIWB

We are looking for your assistance in collecting even more raffle prizes!! Help us continue to make this an amazing raffle, and raise those much needed funds for Aberdeen Marrow!!

We hope to see you all there!

 

 

 

 

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