How to Get Involved With There Goes My Hero

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Being a Hero isn’t limited to just joining the national bone marrow registry. There are a multitude of ways to support blood cancer patients and There Goes My Hero. As we begin the new year, we wanted to share some of the ways that you can get involved beyond joining the registry.  

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Hosting Bone Marrow Drives On Your Own

In order to expand our public outreach, There Goes My Hero needs to be able to host bone marrow drives more frequently, and in more locations. Doing so increases the number of potential donors, matches, and life-saving transplants that we are able to provide. Despite our significant impact, TGMH is not a large-scale organization. Sometimes,…

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Celebrating Wells Fargo’s Philanthropic Giving

In March, Wells Fargo announced the company donated $6.2 million to local Maryland nonprofits, schools, and community organizations last year. With this announcement, all of us at There Goes My Hero wanted to take a moment to celebrate the support Wells Fargo has provided the Baltimore community, and also highlight the contributions we have received…

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The Atlanta Offices of CoStar Group Partner with There Goes My Hero

The Atlanta offices of #1 commercial real estate data and analytics firm, CoStar Group (NASDAQ: CSGP), are partnering with the There Goes My Hero Foundation (TGMH)  in an effort to increase the amount of people registered to potentially become life saving bone marrow donors. In the U.S., every three minutes a person is diagnosed with blood…

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Governor Larry Hogan Announces National Blood Cancer Awareness Month

  The Office of Governor Larry Hogan has issued a press release that on September 1st, Governor Larry Hogan  issued a statewide proclamation announcing September as National Blood Cancer Awareness Month in Maryland. To raise awareness and support for all those affected by the various types of blood cancer, the governor will  host an American…

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The Bone Marrow Registry and Why Diversity Matters

With every passing 120 seconds a person in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Many people look to the National Bone Marrow Registry when in need of a transplant, but many people are looking at this list and seeing a huge problem.   Minorities are greatly underrepresented on the bone marrow registry. 67%…

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Fundraiser for Fray

There Goes My Hero has been invited to run a bone marrow registry drive in honor of jockey Fray Martinez, who is currently undergoing treatment for leukemia. LAUREL PARK RACE TRACK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th Post Time 12:25pm A little bit about Fray: 21-year-old jockey Fray Martinez was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in December. He…

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A Special Event with Joe Flacco

 [This is a copy of the original post from WNST.net, which can be found HERE.] We at WNST.net, in partnership withRuth’s Chris Steak House and There Goes My Hero, are proud to announce a special event next Tuesday evening, November 24th, with Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco atRuth’s Chris Steak House in Pikesville. Joe is…

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We’ve Reached 10,000 Swabs!

  In seven years, There Goes My Hero has added 10,000 people to the national bone marrow donor registry. That means that there are 10,000 more potential life savers thanks to our efforts. These swabs have resulted in 125 matches, with 17 life-saving transplants.  We are so thankful for your support and the support of…

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