The FNTSY Sports Network is running Daily Fantasy Football contests with Fantasy Draft to support and bring attention to DKMS, a non-profit whose mission it is to lead the fight against blood cancer by working with families, communities, and organizations to recruit more potential bone marrow donors and save more lives.
The contests are FREE to enter each week and the winners of each of the first 16 weeks of the NFL season will be entered into a final contest in week 17, with the winner winning two tickets to Super Bowl LII, February 4, 2018 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A link to enter the contest is at the bottom of this page. However, please take a moment to read the following message about DKMS and their fight to delete blood cancer before continuing. If nothing else, you will be better for recognizing the cause. Even if you are not in a position to help, perhaps you may know someone who is.
While we hope you enjoy the Fantasy game play and a chance to win two tickets to Super Bowl LII, please also consider taking a moment to provide us with some basic information to be provided to DKMS. By doing so, you will allow DKMS representative to contact you and discuss the opportunity to save a life by registering as a bone marrow transplant donor with the possibility of finding a match and actually providing the gift of life.
Every day DKMS leads the fight against blood cancer by working with families, communities, and organizations to recruit more potential bone marrow donors and save more lives.
If you are not in a position to register as a bone marrow transplant donor, please consider making a donation. Every dollar raised will be used towards our lifesaving mission; to give blood cancer patients a second chance at life.
Every $65 raised helps register one bone marrow donor who could save the life of a patient with blood cancer.
For more information, please visit https://www.dkms.org/en
Total Donors: 7,594,684 (over 7.5 million)Total U.S. Donors: 952,044 (over 950,000)
Total Transplants (lives saved): 65,087Total U.S. Transplants: 3,069