Carol Martin Hicks was recently diagnosed with leukemia. As an African American diagnosed with leukemia after surviving Breast Cancer, Carol Martin Hicks was told only 7% of the 10 million registered bone marrow donors in the U.S. are of African American heritage. These numbers are staggering, but YOU can help increase her odds and the odds of others find their bone marrow match.
People like Carol depend on YOU and the Be The Match Registry to find a donor who can be their CURE!
Please join Live Music Movement Foundation in support of Carol and Be The Match Foundation by attending an
Afternoon of Old School Soul
Sensual Baritone Bass Vocalist Will Wheaton, Jr.
Sunday, April 28 from 5pm-9pm at Maverick’s Flat
Tickets are available at BrownPaperTickets.com. You will not only have a good time at this event listening to wonderful music but you will become a part of the solution to the cure for blood cancers.
The more people who sign up to join the marrow registry, the more lives are saved. It takes less than 5 minutes to join, and requires a simple check swab that will be available at the music event.
Hope to see you there,
Rebecca L. Henry, Esq.
is a sorority sister to Cheryl Brown, LMMF’s treasurer, and also Carol Martin Hicks. Ms. Henry loves all types of music. Her favorite jazz singer is Helen Humes who sang with Count Basie. She has passed on her love of music to her teenaged daughter who is a self described hipster. She likes all types of artistic expression including reading her favorite poet Rumi, art house movies, fashion and helping people. She welcomes legal referrals.
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