The Manley family needs more than someone that wants to help, they have to be the perfect match.
"Out of the 8 million people in the registry, we have three people that might turnout to be a match," Lana Manley, Colton's Mother said.
Colton Manley was diagnosed with Leukemia last October. While Colton is currently in remission, the doctors say it's not a matter of if, but when the disease will come back.
"So we are gearing up with another round of chemo, until we can find a match for his transplant," Lana said.
As part of the fundraiser held for Colton Saturday, people could sign up to be part of the National Marrow Donor Program. The same one they used to find the potential matches for Colton.
"It's so important that we hold drives like this 5 to 7 days a week, so we have matches for people that need them," Roberta Johnson, with the National Marrow Donor Registry.
The family said even if they don't find a match for Colton, they know they will find a match for someone that needs a transplant.
"Everyone has been so loving and gracious and I appreciate it more than I could ever express," Lana said.
For more information on how you can help, visit www.bethematch.org or call 1-800-627-7692.