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Check your watch or your phone. Note the time. On average in the U.S., during the next hour, 1,800 people are going to need blood.
Here's the good news: giving blood usually takes about an hour. And it can help save up to three lives.
To ensure there is an ample blood supply in our region, Johns Hopkins Bayview hosts an American Red Cross blood drive every 56 days. If you are an eligible donor, we encourage you to participate in one of our upcoming drives.
The American Red Cross is facing a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations during the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Healthy individuals are needed to donate now to help patients counting on lifesaving blood.
Call 410-550-0289 to schedule a donation.
Other upcoming drives:
- April 17, 20 to 23, 2020 Note: When registering online, use sponsor code "bayviewasthmaallergycenter."
- June 17 to 19, 2020
- August 26 to 28, 2020
- October 22, 23 and 26 2020
- December 21 to 23, 2020
Schedule your life-saving donation today (enter sponsor: johnshopkinsbayview). All participants receive a parking pass, meal coupon and special “thank you” gift from the Medical Center.
Volunteering and Recruiting
Johns Hopkins Bayview’s blood drive committee looking for recruiters and volunteers to assist with the Medical Center’s bi-monthly blood drives. No experience is necessary. Training is provided.
- Reaching out to eligible blood donors to schedule appointments
- Registering donors during blood drives
- Making phone calls to confirm blood drive appointments
- Assisting in the canteen area
Recruiters and volunteers receive incentives and are honored at bi-monthly recognition events.
For more information, call Sharon Jones or Kelli Barbato at 410-550-0289.
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