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Be the match. Save a life.
Join the marrow registry today and join Project 44’s mission to save 44 lives. All it takes is a quick cheek swab, and you could have the chance to save a life.
drive the conversation.
Donate to Project 44 and support our efforts to save lives by fostering a mainstream sense of moral obligation and willingness to support and join the bone marrow registry.
Host a drive.
Want to join the Project 44 team? Raising awareness for the national bone marrow registry and hosting a drive is the best way you can help! Contact us today to get started!
ESPN ran a feature of Andrew and Project 44, helping to drive over 6,000 new registrants to the Be The Match database. View the video and use the link in our menu to Join The Registry.
Meet Deegan and Chase, Project 44’s first life-saving match. A former Butler Basketball teammate of Andrew Smith, Chase Stigall was among the first to join the bone marrow registry through Project 44. Four months later, he got the call and helped save the life of four-year-old Deegan Scott.
Butler University honored Project 44, Samantha Smith, Chase Stigall, Deegan Scott and his parents at halftime of Butler’s Big East game against Providence on February 17, 2018. Gregg Doyel covered the event for the Indianapolis Star and wrote about it in February 2018.
Project 44 Apparel
Do your part, join the Registry (text ANDREW to 38470) and buy the Project 44 Moose t-shirt. Proceeds from every t-shirt purchased will be donated to Be The Match in the name of Project 44.
To save lives by fostering a mainstream sense of moral obligation and willingness to support and join the national bone marrow registry.
Committed to carrying out Andrew’s selfless work, Project 44’s initial goal is to save 44 lives. With a 1:430 ratio of registrants to matches, 18,920 new registry members are needed.