Race Against Blood Cancer will be joined by Carl Ikeme at the Wolves Festive Fan Park this Sunday, where they will be hosting a donor recruitment drive for supporters looking to sign up to the national stem cell register.
The team will be at the Fan Park in St Peter's car park off Wulfruna Street, behind the Civic Centre, from midday to 4pm conducting a drive to register people hoping to potentially save a life.
Joe Bates from Race Against Blood Cancer said: “Registering to become a potential donor is a really simple process and should only take a few minutes of your time - it involves filling in a quick questionnaire and providing a saliva swab.
“Our team will be on hand to answer any questions and help with the registration process and hopefully many fans will call in and pay us a visit on their way to the game.”
Former Wolves stopper Ikeme will be visiting the Festive Fan Park to support the charity and encourage fans to register to provide more people with a better chance of finding a life-saving matching donor.
“I’ve been made aware of the fantastic work that Race Against Blood Cancer has been doing and I would encourage our fans to come to the Fan Park on Sunday and register," Ikeme said.
“It’s a quick and simple process and a few minutes of your time could save someone’s life. I’m looking forward to seeing lots of people on the day!”
To find out more about Race Against Blood Cancer please visit www.raceagainstbloodcancer.com.