Thank You For Making the Decision to Register for OneMatch
Joining the OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Network is simple. If you’re between the ages of 17 and 35 and in good general health, you’re eligible to sign up. You can start the registration process here.
IMPORTANT: If you previously registered with the Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry (UBMDR), you are already a part of OneMatch and do not need to register again! If your personal information has changed or there has been a change in the status of your health, please call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283).
Seven easy steps to register
Review and acknowledge the OneMatch Information for New Registrants
Take a basic Knowledge Test about stem cells and stem cell donation
Set up a personal profile on blood.ca and click Register now to become a stem cell donor
Complete the online Health Assessment Questionnaire (PDF)
Read and accept the Notice to OneMatch Registrants and Consent to Participate
If there are no further questions, you will be sent a buccal swab kit in the mail. (The kit is used to swab the insides of your mouth to collect your DNA sample.)
The final steps are:
Complete the swabbing kit per the instructions provided
Return the buccal swab kit in the postage-paid envelope
You will be notified when you are officially part of OneMatch. The next call you get could be to help save a life like Aiden who at the age of 5 was diagnosed with Acute Leukemia.
We also offer registration forms in these other languages:
Keep us in the loop
It’s important to keep us informed about any changes to your personal information or health. You can log into your blood.ca account and update your profile anytime or give us a call.
Having trouble registering?
If you’re unable to register online for any reason, call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or email email@example.com to have a registration package mailed to you.
Do you live in Quebec?
Quebec residents interested in becoming stem cell donors should register with Héma-Québec, which operates independently of the OneMatch Stem Cell and Marrow Network. You can get more information about Héma-Québec on its website.