Dad with terminal cancer leading drive for stem cell donors

Credit: Peter McCleave

Peter McCleave has terminal blood cancer and needs a transplant if he's to see his young family grow up.

He's already got 30,000 people to put their names on the stem cell donor register but still hasn't found a match for himself.

So now he's taking part in the Crumball Rally to try to persuade even more people to sign up.

Earlier in the year, Peter's son Maxwell, wrote a [heartbreaking letter](http://An eight-year-old boy has written a heartbreaking letter to ask people to sign up to help save his dad’s life.) to ask people to sign up to the register to help save his dad’s life.

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You can donate to Peter's 'Drive to Survive' here.