There are only two weeks left to sign up for the chance to win life-changing prizes for your family. All parents want to protect their baby’s future. Cells for Life and Canada’s Luckiest Baby are here to help.
Canada’s Luckiest Baby is coming to a close. But it’s not too late to register. If you are pregnant, or you are a parent or a family member of a child under three, you can sign up to win incredible prizes, including a $10,000 RESP, a Ford Flex and a family trip to Orlando.
Cells for Life is proud to be a main sponsor of Canada’s Luckiest Baby. Similar to the financial security the contest will bring to the grand prize winner, we feel strongly that cord blood banking brings the same sense of protection when it comes to your family’s health.
Cord Blood Banking
This precious, once-in-a-lifetime resource should be banked with the highest quality facility, but it shouldn’t break your budget. We are both AABB and NETCORD-FACT Accredited (the international gold standard in cord blood bank quality) and we keep costs affordable.
Since we are located in a hospital, we have a wealth of resources and security measures not afforded to other cord blood banks, and our unique facility allows us to maintain the highest in sample and storage quality. We are managed by doctors, scientists and registered nurses, so you can rest assured knowing only the most capable health professionals are trusted with your child’s life-saving stem cells.
We aim to make cord blood banking affordable for young families. There is an initial fee of $1100 (includes kit and processing), and thereafter, a $125 annual storage fee. Families have the choice in payment options, and additional financing options are available.
Still not unsure where to bank your child’s cord blood? Reach out to learn more. We offer free information sessions, webinars, and one-on-one meetings to make sure parents are both informed and comfortable when it comes to cord blood banking.
Cord blood is a once-in-a-lifetime resource with lifesaving potential but too often, it is disposed of in biological waste bins. Don’t let your baby’s precious gift go to waste. Learn more about cord blood banking with Cells for Life, or how to donate your child’s cord blood.