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Microvolunteer today to help beat blood cancer

Andy Jackson
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15 Apr 2015

Today is Microvolunteering Day, a day when people across the world come together to do small things which when put together can do big things to help benefit worthy causes. Show your support for the charity and help us beat blood cancer by microvolunteering in one (or all) of the following ways: 

1. Join our online community & have your say

We're building an online community which together will beat blood cancer and we would love for you to join us! Sign up today to show your support for the charity, share your experiences of blood cancer with others and tell the world about your fundraising efforts to make a difference to the lives of blood cancer patients!   

Join our online community

2. Make a pledge to help us beat blood cancer #inthislifetime

With your support we believe that we will beat blood cancer #inthislifetime. Help us get their quicker by making a pledge of something that you'll do #inthislifetime to help us beat blood cancer and sharing it with us on twitter or Facebook using #inthislifetime like Midsomer Murders star Gwilym Lee:

Post your photo to our Facebook wall, tweet us @beatbloodcancer or email me at ajackson@beatingbloodcancers.org.uk and I'll add your photo to our #inthislifetime Facebook gallery!

3. Share this post with friends and family on Social Media and beyond   

Help us spread the message that together we will beat blood cancer #inthislifetime by sharing this post with your friends and family by sharing this post with all your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and beyond. If you haven't already we'd also love for you to follow us on Facebook and Twitter:

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If none of these options are of interest there are literally hundreds more ways that you can help us beat blood cancer patients. Check out our Get Involved section to find out more about the ways that you can make a difference to the lives of blood cancer patients.