Blood Drives

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A man sits with his arm outstretched and a nurse takes his blood.
What is _____?: 

What is Blood Drives?


Blood Drives is a program that allows volunteers to assist donors before and after giving blood. Volunteers also help recruit new donors and advertise for upcoming drives.

 

Donors: To become a blood donor, use this link to join our email list. We'll update you about upcoming campus drives and send you a link to a Blood Drives calendar for use on iCal and Google Calendar.

 

Volunteer Commitment: One semester commitment is expected with 2-3 hours every few weeks.

Program Directors: 

Program Directors

Kam Reddish

(208) 965-4532

Tues 1-2 pm

 

Elise Romney

(801) 874-0106

Thurs 11-12pm

 

Laura Grenfell

(502) 294-8361

 

Mitchell Rush

(760) 644-5781

Tues 2:30-3:30pm

 

Active Semesters

Fall   Winter   Spring   Summer

 

How do I get involved?: 

How do I get involved?


To get involved, use this link. For questions, please contact the program directors at blooddrives@byu.edu.

Check out our Facebook page here

Experiences: 

Experiences


I'm glad to be a part of blood drives because BYU is the #1 institution in Utah for blood donations. Way to go cougars!

-Kam Reddish (2018)