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Coordinator's Corner

Lifesaver Club blood drive coordinators play a vital role in the community. Patients of Hawaii rely on your support, kindness and selfless efforts. But know that you are not alone in undertaking this role for your community. Blood Bank of Hawaii offers a complete program that’s ready to be implemented. Our goal is to make hosting a drive as easy as possible for you, and convenient for your employees or members.

When you’re ready to start recruiting donors, keep in mind these three key steps: Educate, Ask and Thank. Below are tools to help you with each of these steps.

Educate

We have brochures, information sheets and presentations with interesting and important information for your donors. We’d be happy to provide you with any of these materials:

Guide to Giving Blood: Information about eligibility and preparation for the blood donation process
Understanding Hemoglobin: A guide to hemoglobin and tips on building up your iron level
Post Donation Care: Tips and information about what to expect after the donation process
FAQ: Answers to the most commonly asked questions
Interesting Facts: Quarter-page sheets to create awareness about the need for blood
Save Lives. Donate Blood: A three-minute PowerPoint presentation on the importance of giving blood
Blood Basics: A 15-minute PowerPoint presentation on the importance of blood donation and basic eligibility info
Testimonial Videos: One- to three-minute clips of people sharing how donated blood impacted their lives

Ask

“Making the ask” for an appointment is a critical step. It’s more than just giving information, it is a proposal. It requires proper timing.

Thank

Be sure to thank your donors for helping save lives. Keep everyone on track with our Blood Drop Thermometer to measure your results and goals.

Volunteers

Volunteer

Community volunteers are critical members of our team.

We would not be able to meet the needs of Hawaii’s patients without our team of volunteers. Each and every day, volunteers play a critical role in getting blood to patients who need it, and providing support in a variety of ways.

Some of the ways you can help:

  • Monitor donors after they have given blood
  • Provide administrative and clerical support
  • Help with special projects
  • Telephone donors to confirm their blood donation appointment
  • Host our donor refreshment area
  • If you see an opportunity to help, just ask

Volunteer on a schedule that fits your needs, in a fun, friendly environment with caring staff members.

You can make an impact in the lives of Hawaii’s patients. Download our Volunteer Application Form to get started.

High School

Parent & Legal Guardian Consent.

Step 1: Read the Parental Consent Information.

Step 2: Complete the Parent/Legal Guardian Consent Form.

Share your photo experiences.

Step 1: Complete the Photo Consent & Release Agreement Form.

Step 2: Share your story by sending an email with your photos attached.

High School Lifesaver Clubs give patients a brighter future.

Starting or joining a High School Lifesaver Club is a great way to begin a life-long tradition of giving.

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