Together we can create hope for people with life threatening illness such as blood cancer
This website is dedicated to the memory of Eimear Smyth, who died on June 27th 2019, aged 25, due to complications from a Donor Stem Cell Transplant. Eimear’s dying wish was for the world to know that she had beaten cancer , and for her family to raise Stem Cell Donor Awareness in Northern Ireland and campaign for age – appropriate care for teenagers and young adults who are diagnosed with life threatening illness.
Events & News...
Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Daniel Baker joined campaigners from Eimear’s Wish at Belfast City Hall today (Tuesday 21 January) to launch the ‘Donuts for Donors’ appeal, Northern Ireland’s first ever Stem Cell Donation Awareness Day.
Eimear’s Wish will be in Tesco Ballygomartin store on Saturday 21st of January Raising Stem Cell/Bone Marrow donor awareness.
We will be at the store to distribute information on joining the Stem Cell Donor registry.
New Irish Premier League Campaign to Raise Stem Cell Donor Awareness in Northern Ireland. We will be at the ground to distribute information on joining the Stem Cell Donor registry.