About

Ezer Mizion

Ezer Mizion's Bone Marrow Registry is the single largest Jewish bone marrow registry in the world with a pool of nearly one million potential donors. Because bone marrow donors and recipients need to be genetically compatible, Jewish patients generally need Jewish stem cell (we typically use bone marrow vs stem cells. We should be consistent to avoid confusion) donors. This makes the sheer magnitude of the Ezer Mizion Registry even more impressive.

Today, the Ezer Mizion Bone Marrow Registry has over 950,000 potential lifesaving bone marrow donors and has facilitated more than 3,000 transplants in Israel, the United States and across the globe!

None of us are immune to cancer! Ezer Mizion's Bone Marrow Registry provides Jews across the world with a very special life insurance policy for when all other treatments options have been tried and failed. "A match has been found" are truly the most emotionally electrifying words a cancer patient can hear. At Ezer Mizion we see faces light up every day when these five simple words are delivered. As one of our partners, you too can share the incredible feeling of knowing you have played a role in saving a life!

Mission statement

Ezer Mizion's goal is to expand the Registry to provide a match for every single Jewish patient in need of a stem cell (suggest using bone marrow) transplant.

The Registry is a vital resource for thousands of Jewish patients and serves as a safety net for Jews everywhere. As it expands, the likelihood of finding a match goes up. Thousands of lives have been saved over the past twenty years which is a testament to the success of our ever expanding Registry and the personal involvement of our friends and supporters everywhere.

Our mission is to save lives, and we hope you join us. We desperately need funding to pay for continual swab testing. It is the selfless generosity of people like yourself that allows us to continue our holy and life-saving work.

What would you do to save a life?

To join Ezer Mizion's bone marrow registry, a potential donor must first take a swab test. Each test costs $50. Your donation goes directly toward the costs associated with swab testing which can potentially save a life.