It represents a profound and lasting connection, similar to the commitment of being a potential stem cell donor. This Valentine’s Day, we encourage you to channel your love for life into saving a life. Much like the commitment to a lifelong connection, becoming a stem cell donor is also an incredibly important commitment. One that can provide hope and a future to those battling blood cancer and other disorders.
Your kindness can be life-changing, offering a lifeline to someone in need.
While Valentine's Day is traditionally associated with romantic connections, our campaign Love for Life seeks to shift that narrative.
We hope to make this day an occasion to celebrate the love for family, friends, and even strangers. It transcends romantic love, embracing the broader spectrum of connections that make life meaningful.
Join us in redefining Valentine's Day as a day to celebrate lasting connections, making a difference, and sharing the gift of life. Whether it's through finding your genetic match or contributing to a cause that saves lives, let Love for Life guide your Valentine's Day celebration.
Together, we can make miracles!
Join us in spreading love with simple, heartfelt gestures. Show kindness to friends, family, and even strangers – because every act, no matter how small, can make a big difference.
How to Participate:
Perform Little Acts of Love: Engage in small, daily acts of kindness.
Share the Love: Capture your acts of kindness in photos or videos.
Tag Us: Post your moments of love on social media, tag dkms along with #LittleActsofLove.
Let's turn February into a month of love that goes beyond romantic gestures. Your Little Acts of Love can brighten someone's day and inspire others to do the same.