As a member you will:
- Receive regular newsletters
- Be part of a network of individuals affected by hematological (blood) cancers
- Show your support for the Saskatchewan BMT Program
- Have your voice heard
- Be able to access resources to help educate the public about the importance of stem cell transplants and the need for donors
- Be kept up to date on the latest news of interest to those affected by blood cancers
- Have the opportunity of meeting other members at the annual STEM meeting
STEM needs volunteers for many of its activities. Contact STEM if you would consider participating in a short-term project or making a longer commitment. Volunteers are needed in the following areas:
STEM needs people from all regions of the province who could host coffee mornings in their community and encourage people to join and support STEM activities.
STEM sometimes receives requests for speakers. If you enjoy public speaking, then this is the volunteer opportunity for you. Individuals are needed who can share their experiences so that the public understands the importance of bone marrow/stem cell transplants in the treatment of blood cancers.
STEM needs to keep its website current and is always on the lookout for people with expertise in this area who could provide a couple of hours a month for this activity.
The STEM Display Board is sent around the province for use at a variety of public events. Individuals are needed who can spare a couple of hours to set up and dismantle the display and be available to answer questions and provide informational material.
As with any non-profit organization, STEM has a great need for volunteers with specific professional backgrounds to provide general advice to the Board. STEM would like to hear from any accountants, lawyers or physicians who would be interested in joining the STEM Board of Directors.
Membership is FREE
Anyone with any kind of interest in blood cancers or stem cell transplants
is welcome to join.
Please note that all membership forms must be signed* and*STEM respects your privacy. We protect your personal information and adhere to all legislative requirements with respect to privacy. We use your personal information to keep you informed and up to date on the activities of STEM, related events and requests for volunteers. Aggregate data are used for statistical purposes only. If at any time you wish to be removed from the membership list, simply contact us by E-mail at: email@example.com
STEM Membership Chair
359 Pezer Cove, Saskatoon, SK. S7S 1J9
STEM is not able to accept membership application forms sent by E-mail.