There are many ways to contribute and support the blood drives on campus through various forms of involvement. Take a look at the opportunities below for how to get involved.
Volunteers can support blood drives before and during each drive. Each of these roles are essential to raise awareness, increase blood collection, and ensure efficient, supportive and smooth experiences for donors and allies.
Volunteer opportunities before drive day may include tabling, outreach, flyering, support education and awareness events, and recruiting donors. If you would like to volunteer this way, email our Blood Drive Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opportunities on drive day include helping with set up, check in, traffic flow, donor communication and preparation, donor survey management, clean up, and more. Sign up to volunteer. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
The Blood Drive Leadership Team (BDLT) is a dedicated team of undergraduates providing essential support to blood drives through three main areas: marketing and outreach, event leadership, and planning & evaluation. Learn more about the position and how to get involved here.
Thousands of patients with leukemia, lymphoma, sickle cell and other life-threatening diseases are waiting for a bone marrow transplant. They depend on the Be The Match Registry to find a match and to get a second chance at life. You could be someone’s match!
Be on the lookout for the quarterly Marrow Registry drives at a location near you! For more information visit http://wumr.wustl.edu.