donated blood lasts no longer than 42 days, but most donations are used within 5 days?
the Regina Canadian Blood Services location requires over 1900 blood donation appointments to help meet patient need?
To reach this target, we rely on the generosity of blood donors, and the help of our local Regina high school students is especially crucial. We offer interested grade 11/12 students and staff the opportunity to learn more about how they can support the blood system by taking a leadership role in their school and community through volunteer opportunities.
Volunteering with Canadian Blood Services can help a student
Develop their social media outreach and promotion skills
Access the network of a world respected national non-profit organization with staff who are open to help with career development
Develop public speaking and communication skills
Take on a leadership role within their school and community
Add practical experience and skills to their resume
Play a part in patients receiving life-saving blood products
We also offer schools a short virtual information session on Canadian Blood Services for students to learn the need for blood donation and the donation process. We need your help to promote this program to our local youth. We can provide you with social tiles, posters, and presentation slides to encourage participation in the Canadian Blood Services High School Program.
To participate in the Canadian Blood Services High School Program or to learn more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally a few times annually Canadian Blood Services has an organized group donation with the Regina Public Teachers Association. If you are interested in learning more about joining this team, and/or donating blood with your coworkers email email@example.com.