Partner eNews January 2023

Thank you for your amazing contributions to Canadian Blood Services. Being a champion through our Partners for Life program means you help Canada’s Lifeline collect more than 300,000 units of blood, plasma and platelets every year. Thank you for all you do!

Giving 3 in 2023 will make all the difference

Partners for Life teams can make an even bigger impact by joining our 3 in 2023 challenge

Kingston’s MOVE 98.3 helps give patients a second chance

For a decade, this local radio station has been making all the difference through a festive annual blood drive!

Edmonton Elks and Mike Beaudry team up to save lives through stem cell and blood donation

Edmonton Elks player, Mike Beaudry, has been profoundly impacted by stem cell donation. Incredibly, only a week after Beaudry became someone’s stem cell match, his sister was diagnosed with leukemia.

Big team of employees at EV Logistics makes an even bigger impact in the community through blood donation

As one of the largest employers in the Fraser Valley area of B.C., EV Logistics’ Partners for Life team lives out their value of community by saving lives.

Partners for Life champion, Luce Lepage, is committed to encouraging plasma donation in her community.

Winter may bring a chill, but Luce Lepage’s dedication as an ambassador for plasma donation will warm your heart!

Employees and customers of Orkin Canada all take part in saving lives

Orkin Canada’s annual #SleevesUp and Fight the Bite to Save a Life initiatives go a long way to support patients

New ferritin testing program may help prevent low iron stores in donors

Canadian Blood Services is proactively taking steps to notify donors who have low ferritin levels

There are many ways to give to Canada’s Lifeline and donating financially is one more way for everyone to help make these outcomes possible.  

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By joining Canadian Blood Services’ Partners for Life program as a team champion you agree to act in a manner consistent with Canadian Blood Services’ values and ethical standards. As a volunteer champion, you agree to abide by our Code of Conduct, a copy of which will be provided to you as part of onboarding. Canadian Blood Services reserves the right to replace a champion for any reason at any time.