By volunteering your time, you are part of the life-saving link that delivers blood to patients in need. Take pride in knowing that your time is as vital to us as a blood donation. You will be contributing to your community in a very special way.
What is required of our volunteers?
• Provide quality service to donors at all times
• Complete Lane Blood Center volunteer orientation and training
• Most volunteers schedule from 2 to 4 shifts per month with specific or flexible schedules
What are the benefits of volunteering with Lane Blood Center?
• Gain work experience
• Increase opportunities for work/school references
•The feeling you get helping to save lives in Lane County
Volunteers can choose from a variety of ways to help promote, recruit and interact with donors. Volunteers are currently needed for multiple positions including Mobile Drive, Community Outreach and Telephone positions.
Community Outreach Volunteers provide support at community events such as interacting with the public, advocacy and setup/teardown. Telephone Volunteers follow-up with donors to thank them for their life-saving donation and remind them of appointments. Mobile Drive Volunteers can earn appreciation gifts through donation referral cards and will be recognized for their efforts to increase mobile attendance.
What can you do to help?
To volunteer at the University of Oregon blood drives please contact University of Oregon Blood Drive Association at [email protected]
Click below for full descriptions of our volunteer positions. Apply today!
For more information and to apply, contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 541-484-9111 x705 or email [email protected]