Hassan Nawab is only 21 years old, but his record of volunteer service would be impressive for someone twice his age.
Honouring our Lifeblood ceremony recognizes life-saving contributions of Canadians from coast to coast September 19, 2011 (OTTAWA) - Canadian Blood Services will honour and celebrate local individuals and partner groups at the 12th annual Honouring our Lifeblood ceremony recognizing donors, volunteers, partners and sponsors from across the country who provide a lifeline to hundreds of thousands of Canadians who need blood, stem cells, or organs and tissues. The event will be hosted by Rosemary Thompson, with a keynote address by Mark Black. Congratulations to this year’s honourees. Image
Canadian Blood Services celebrates National Volunteer Week April 16, 2012 (OTTAWA) - As we celebrate National Volunteer Week (April 15 – 21), Canadian Blood Services thanks the 17,000 volunteers who dedicated 225,000 hours of their time in the last year to help support Canada’s blood system. Nation-wide, our volunteers are getting involved and helping to save lives. They coordinate and host blood donor clinics, greet and assist donors, and speak publicly about the need for blood and stem cell donation. Canadian Blood Services has many stories we could tell of our many volunteers across Canada
Canadian Blood Services says “thanks” during National Volunteer Week Ottawa, ON (Monday, April 22, 2013) – As our nation celebrates National Volunteer Week (April 22 - 27), Canadian Blood Services thanks the 17,000 volunteers who dedicated 215,000 hours of their time in the last year to help support Canada’s blood system. “Our volunteers are our unsung heroes,” says Dr. Graham Sher, CEO of Canadian Blood Services. “A smile, warm greeting, or helping hand is something to be celebrated every day. The time they give is truly a gift, and one that enriches us as a national health care organization
Canadian Blood Services celebrates National Volunteer Week April 6, 2014 (Ottawa)– During National Volunteer Week (April 6-12), Canadian Blood Services thanks and celebrates the more than 17,000 volunteers who donated 210,000 hours of their time in the last year to support Canada’s blood system. “Volunteers help make saving lives possible,” says Stephanie Smith, manager volunteer lifecycle. “We truly appreciate the talent and energy our volunteers contribute—it’s time that made a significant difference in the lives of hundreds of thousands of Canadians who needed blood products this past year