“The feeling of giving hope to someone’s life is irresistible. I feel responsible to carry out my mission by motivating other teens to get involved.”
Morgan Davidson’s first project was a one-day event, Cuts for a Cure. The effort raised $29,000 and recruited 25 people to sign up for the National Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Registry. It led to the creation of the first of two high school Ambassadors for Hope Clubs. The clubs recruit blood, plasma and platelet donors, have engaged more than 250 donors for Be the Match, and have successfully matched four individuals in need with donors, as well as raised more than $45,000 for City of Hope, a leading cancer research center.