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Young Blood For Life Program Overview


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Get involved with Young Blood for Life. The Youth Development Champion program will encourage students to inspire their peers, family and friends to donate blood. Further, you and your high school can challenge others to see who can make the greatest impact in the National Challenge. Either way, you're helping to save the lives of countless Canadians.


Youth Development Champion Workshop


The Youth Development Champion Workshop is designed to assist high school students in peer recruitment efforts at their school and to drive their peers to take part in the ‘Young Blood for Life’ National High School Challenge. This day-long workshop brings together students from local high schools to teach them about Canadian Blood Services and to empower them to recruit their peers. learn more >>

National 'Young Blood For Life' Challenge:

We are thrilled to kick off our annual ‘Young Blood for Life’ Challenge. The Challenge is open to all participating secondary schools in the geographic areas of our permanent clinics. Students must be 17 years or older to be eligible to donate. learn more >>


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