Registering only takes 10 minutes and requires no blood, just a simple cotton swab of the mouth.

Before registering, it’s good to know what the bone marrow transplant process is like. Find out more about it (HERE). Once you are informed and ready, there are several easy ways to register:

IN PERSON – ATTEND A DRIVE

View our calendar to see all upcoming Project Michelle drives (LINK)

If you cannot find a Project Michelle drive near you, visit the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) website to find one near you (LINK).

HOME MAIL KIT
If you are a minority in the U.S., you can order a FREE at home test kit (HERE).

IN PERSON – VISIT A DEDICATED CENTER
- Stop by a dedicated center near you during regular business hours: (LINK).
- If you have an office and would like to become a dedicated center, please contact us.
- Dedicated centers will:
Promote Project Michelle by allowing us to direct interested parties to their office to pick up a home registration test kit, and complete it in person or take it home. It takes roughly 10 minutes to fill out the form and 1-2 minutes to complete the self-test kit which consists of a cotton swab cheek test. A potential donor would only need to sit down in a lobby chair for a short time.
Allow your reception staff to be trained for 30-45 minutes so that they may answer questions from potential donors registering.
Place a flyer in your office that promotes Project Michelle and summarizes the marrow/stem cell donor registration process.
Collect and mail the completed self-test kits (all postage will be provided)
OR IF YOU ARE ALREADY REGISTERED

VERY IMPORTANT! If you have already registered, please make sure your contact information is current. You can confirm your records via this (LINK)