Did you know that there have been 1,014 life saving donations collected at UFV from 2012 to 2020? Help us continue to save lives.
On Thursday, November 12, UFV will be hosting Canadian Blood Services for a blood donation clinic. Join the UFV Alumni Association, Biology and Chemistry Student Association, and the UFV Student Union Society as we partner together to give life!
We have now signed up as Partners for Life with Canadian Blood Services. Partners for Life gives the UFV alumni community an opportunity to show our commitment to saving lives by donating blood, platelets and plasma. Please register under our Partners for Life ID, and every time you donate blood it will count towards our goal! You only need to register once, and you don’t have to be alumni to participate on our team.
Our Partner ID is UFVA480702
Register online as Partners for Life members at: https://blood.ca/en/ways-donate/donate-partner/becoming-partner/team-member-registration
Check your eligibility here: https://blood.ca/en/blood/eligibility-quiz
Book an appointment online at the Canadian Blood Services website or by calling 1-888-2DONATE (1-888-236-6283)
Thurs, Nov 12
12pm to 7pm
Evered Hall, Student Union Building
UFV Abbotsford Campus
At this time, we can only welcome people with appointments. This is in compliance with public health authorities’ requests to practice healthy physical distancing. Scheduled appointments support physical distancing and help minimize the number of people in our donor centres.
In response to COVID-19 outbreak, Canadian Blood Services has implemented enhanced cleaning procedures and a self-screening wellness station. This station will be set up outside the clinic. Click here for more information about Canadian Blood Services’ enhanced wellness measures.
Blood and blood products are safe and not at risk of transmitting COVID-19. If you need to obtain more information, please refer to the Canadian Blood Services website
It’s safe to donate blood during COVID-19, and critical for patients.
We urge all donors to book and keep their appointments to prevent shortages of blood across Canada.
Contact us if you have any questions.