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Canadian Blood Services COVID-19 Volunteer Vaccination Policy

Being fully vaccinated is a condition of volunteering for Canadian Blood Services.

Volunteer applicants will be required to show proof of vaccination before they are accepted as a volunteer.

We believe this is the best way for us to protect our essential operations of supplying life essential products and services for patients in Canada.

If you have any questions, please reach out to the Volunteer Resources Coordinator

MJ Buck

mj.buck@blood.ca

604.353.2614

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BC Kelowna (Plasma)

2271 Harvey Ave., Unit 320. Kelowna, BC. V1Y 6H2
519-200-3297  |   plasma@blood.ca


  Welcome!

 

Whether you are supporting donors throughout the donation process, recruiting new donors, or raising awareness about the importance of blood, plasma, stem cell and organs and tissues donation; our volunteers are a vital link in Canada’s Lifeline.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!

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Learn More about Volunteering

Donor Centre Volunteers

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Greet donors with a smile, make conversation, and accompany them throughout their donation process.  Help them feel welcome and comfortable.  The care and attention you give is very often a key reason why donors return.  As one of the last faces donors see on their way out, you play a critical role in the success of future plasma donor events.

Available Donor Centre Shifts

We are looking for new volunteers to join our team with any of the below availability. 

Mon. ​

 

 

 

8am-12pm

 

 

 

​Wed.

 

 

 

8am-12pm

 

 

 

Fri.

 

 

 

8am-11am

   

 

Open shifts are subject to change. Your availability and our open shifts will be discussed during the interview stage of the onboarding process. 

Awareness & Recruitment Volunteers

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The Awareness & Recruitment Volunteer Team supports the recruitment of donors in addition to supporting initiatives to raise awareness about the need for plasma donors in the community and on-campus. They attend community events and speak to the general public about the various ways that they can get involved with Canadian Blood Services and act as advocates for the organization.   

*Schedule varies*

NextGen Volunteers

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The Youth Volunteer Team supports the recruitment of donors on post-secondary campuses in addition to supporting initiatives to raise awareness in the community and on-campus. They speak to their peers about the various ways that they can get involved with Canadian Blood Services and act as advocates for the organization on campus. 

*Schedule varies*

Covid-19 Volunteer Vaccination Policy

Canadian Blood Services Covid-19 Volunteer Vaccination Policy​

Being fully vaccinated for Covid-19 is a condition of volunteering for Canadian Blood Services.​

Volunteer applicants will be required to show proof of vaccination before they are accepted as a volunteer. ​

We believe this is the best way for us to protect our essential operations of supplying life essential products and services for patients in Canada.​

​If you have any questions, please reach out to the Volunteer Coordinator: 

Lindsey Rounds 

lindsey.rounds@blood.ca

Fill in an application