Project Face Shield

We have an immediate need for donors for materials to make these shields for those nurses and doctors caring for Covid-19 patients.  We have hospital requests, CNC machines on standby, suppliers setup, but we desperately need money for purchasing raw materials.

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Isn't Donating Bone Marrow Scary for the Donor

No.  They are not removing bones.  Donating bone marrow is a simple process and in most cases isn’t much more complicated than donating blood.

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How to Register to Be A Bone Marrow Donor

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Our goal is to be in the news as much as possible. We also organize a variety of bone marrow drives throughout the year and can always use volunteers!

Operation Face Shield

In response to the worldwide pandemic, for the months of April and May, all donations will go to buying materials to make face shields to be donated to hospitals to help protect health care workers.    We have free design files available for CNC machine owners to help out.  If you are a hospital and need face shields, we can connect you to local CNC shops who have volunteered to help. Click below for more information.

Please donate.  We need money to purchase materials to get to makers who are donating their time and shop to help.

Caring Like Nicholas Merchandise

Help us spread the word that bone marrow donors are needed by sporting Caring Like Nicholas t-shirts and hoodies.


Meet Nicholas

Feb. 18, 1999-Nov. 15, 2018

Nicholas was an extremely bright young man who cared about everyone.  He had always been the healthy one in the family until he was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma in November 2016.  He bravely went through a year of very intense chemo and radiation to rid his body of the cancer.  Only a few weeks after his last session, he was told that the treatment had caused chromosomal cross overs which would turn into full blown leukemia.  His only chance at survival was a bone marrow transplant.  Being the child of a Caucasian American father and a latin American mother, finding a match was virtually impossible.  The doctors had to fall back and use his mother’s stem cells, which by nature were at least a 50% match.  The transplant went well and he looked like he had a great future.  He took his ACTs, got a 100% on both math and science which landed him a full ride scholarship at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. A year and a half after having his bone marrow transplant, he developed GVHD (Graft Verses Host Disease) and his blood began attacking his lungs and he passed away.

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