• PO Box 63, Seneca, SC 29679
  • 864.606.4673
  • lmtf.macy@gmail.com

Our Mission


The Lachlan McIntosh Tannery Foundation has a never-ending passion and dedication to infuse hope into the lives of children and their families throughout the stem cell transplant journey.

An abundance of our work is made possible solely because of generous supporters and donors like you. Because of your continued support, we’re able to advance patient care, fund childhood cancer research, support families in need, raise awareness, and grow the National Marrow Donor Program. Together, let’s transplant hope.

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For many children, like Lachlan, their only hope for a cure is a bone marrow transplant. Becoming a bone marrow donor will help support children of all ages and backgrounds. See how you can become a bone marrow transplant donor today.


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Helping Save Lives


Our objective is to ensure that every child receives the love and hope that they deserve while going through this journey. Here’s your chance to have a hand in giving hope.


The Lachlan McIntosh Tannery Foundation was formed with the simple desire to bring hope to others, using Lachlan’s story and his family’s experience as our catalyst.


We’ll help you navigate support and financial resources during the journey—from diagnosis to remission.


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Lachlan’s Story

Meet our namesake– now our angel–Lachlan McIntosh Tannery. Lachlan was a Seneca, SC, resident diagnosed with Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML) in the summer of 2014. Like most two year old little boys, Lachlan was energetic, curious, and full of life. Some of Lachlan’s favorite things were watching Thomas the Train, playing with his twin brother, Calhoun, and ignoring his baby brother, Owen. Lachlan loved his Clemson Tigers and like any true Clemson fan, his favorite color was orange. A true Southern gentleman, his most favorite food was bacon–washed down with his gran’s sweet tea. Lachlan had a love for tractors and was also quite the fashionable fella–with a style ranging from bowties and seersuckers to Southern Fried Cotton tees and Chuck Taylors.

After a successful bone marrow transplant in November 2014, Lachlan relapsed. He gained his angel wings on May 7, 2015. In his brief two years on earth, Lachlan united a community in love and continues to bring hope to others through the legacy he leaves behind.