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[p]In December 2019, we are taking part in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge and are rowing across the Atlantic Ocean in support of Team Margot Foundation. [/p][p]It will take 1.5 million strokes for us to row across the Atlantic Ocean and we want 1.5 million people to register as stem cell donors.[/p][p]Together, if we succeed, then statistically there will be over 15,000 patients who WILL now get a potentially life saving stem cell transplant.[/p][p]Please join the stem cell register and go on standby to save a life.[/p][p]Register here: dkms.org.uk/team-margot/[/p][p]Ineligible ? Already registered ? then please share this message and encourage 'Just One More' to do the same.[/p][p]#WeRowYouRegister[/p][p]All / any financial donations are most welcome and will go towards supporting the fantastic work of Team Margot Foundation in two ways:[/p][p]To support the ongoing development of givingtohelpothers.org an education resource for primary school aged children (5-11 years old), which promotes all forms of donation, especially in the black, Asian, mixed race and minority ethnic (BAME) communities where the need is greatest. Team Margot has created and developed these free to download resources in partnership with the NHS Blood and Transplant and[/p][p]To support families caring for child cancer patients via one-off grants of £1,000 per family, via a network of hospitals including: Great Ormond Street Hospital, Manchester, Birmingham & Bristol Children’s hospitals and Kingston hospital. To date, we have made over 175 of these grants and with your help will make many more. [/p][p]Thank you.[/p][p]Martin Beaumont, Hamish Miller & Guy Dresser[/p][p][br][/p][p]Team Margot Atlantic Rowers[/p][p]Pulling together, saving lives[/p][p][br][/p][p]-----[/p][p]YOU can save a life ! We campaign for everyone who is eligible to join the stem cell register, particularly those with a mixed heritage. Margot’s mixed family background was the key obstacle to finding her a perfect match.[/p][p]Team Margot want to help save the lives of all those people who, just like Margot and her family, never thought they’d need a bone marrow transplant.[/p][p]For more, please visit: http://www.teammargot.com/team-margot-foundation-review-of-year-three-201718/[/p]