First Medical Non-profit, Cell Therapy Foundation
Written by Jason on Mar 22, 2011 | ? Comments
We're excited over at Eintouch to be working with our first medical non-profit the Cell Therapy Foundation. We look forward to working with this great foundation in the coming months to deliver a newsletter that will keep their donors and subscribers updated on the foundation, breakthroughs in adult stem cell research, and upcoming clinical trials in the promising field of adult stem cell therapy.
Along with keeping participants in the non-profit up to date email marketing combined with social media can be effectively used as a:
- Call for Volunteers
- Call for Donations
- Syndication for Success Stories
About the Cell Therapy Foundation
The Cell Therapy foundation is a non-profit that was created in 2007 after a group of friends who had recently lost a friend to cancer decided more funds should be dedicated to adult stem cell research to fight crippling diseases and disorders. The foundation aims to increase the awareness of adult stem cells, increase funding for adult stem cell research and increase education on adult stem cell therapies and processes.
In 2010, Dick Van Dyke joined the Cell Therapy Foundation as a spokesperson and began recording public service announcements focused on educating the public that adult stem cells, which come from bone marrow, fat, and umbilical cord blood and placenta, skin and muscle have healing functions that are leading to new therapies for many diseases.
“I am truly impressed by the potential that adult stem cell research has already shown and am hopeful that by getting the message to more people, we can fund additional research that could positively impact thousands of lives around the world,” Dick Van Dyke.
We encourage you to visit the Cell Therapy Foundation for more information. The foundation has a cell therapy blog that is updated weekly, more information on adult stem cells and info on labs working with adult stem cells to treat various diseases. You can join the foundation on Facebook, follow them on Twitter or visit their site and make a donation.