What's the difference between the press page and the downloadable media pack?
The press page is for anyone wanting to use our press release, logos and images to promote the work GOA does with their audience, mainly targeted towards press outlets. The media pack is one downloadable folder which orchestra's who potentially want to become partners can download and find all the information they need in one place.
Can I sign up through your sign up page even though I'm not an orchestra?
Yes, GOA welcomes all people to sign up through their sign up page. The campaign targets orchestras to consider joining the register and raise awareness of the stem cell trusts, but welcomes as many people as possible to join. In the end, the goal is to get as many people signed up as possible. Orchestral player or not.
I'm an orchestra leader and want to be a partner of the campaign, how do I do this?
Download the media pack, where you can find out all the details on how your orchestra can become a partner.
Where can I find out more about becoming a bone marrow donor?
You can find out more details on becoming a bone marrow donor through our campaign page, or you can go directly to the Anthony Nolan or DKMS websites to find more information. But remember, if you want to sign up, remember to press the links on the sign up page which will direct you to sign up, so I can track the impact of this campaign.
Orchestras and stem cell donation, why these two combinations?
The campaign leader is combining her personal experience of cancer with her passion of orchestral making, which is where the idea for this campaign came from. Find out more about her story on the meet the leader page. GOA's mission is to enable and support Anthony Nolan and DKMS and collaborate with a different audience, by creating a positive musical movement #savinglivesthroughmusic.