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Volunteer: Donate Blood (because of you, life doesn’t stop!)
Blood donors are vital to life and especially needed right now.
When you give blood, you have the potential to help hospital patients within our community and, when the need arises, others across the country.
The last thing hospitals should have to worry about during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is the availability of lifesaving blood. When you come to donate, you’re not only helping trauma patients, those battling diseases and others, but you’re also supporting our heroes on the front lines.
The donation process takes about an hour and extra precautions are being taken to help ensure the health and safety of donors and staff.
1. There is no inherent risk of getting coronavirus from the donation procedure itself. To minimize the risk of contracting it from others at a blood drive or donation center, blood donation staff follow rigorous safety and disinfection protocols that include wearing gloves and personal protective gear, wiping down donor-touched areas often and after every collection, using sterile collection sets for every donation/collection, and arm scrubbing for 30 seconds.
2. Blood donation does not impact or weaken a donor’s immune system.
3. For the safety of all, only blood donors are permitted to enter the donation site, please do not bring family and friends with you.
Get ready to save lives with Calvary!
All blood types needed. Please register to donate blood by clicking here. Questions? Please contact or Robin Morjikian at email@example.com. Please note, due to social distancing guidelines and other health and safety protocols, only blood donors will be permitted to enter the donation site; please do not bring non-donor friends and family with you