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Getting By With A Little Help From Our Friends

March 10, 2014 at 2:22 pm
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By Deanna Bolio Do you ever think about where the promotions for donors, such as movie tickets and T-shirts, come from? While most come from either the donor recruitment or marketing communications department, Stanford Blood Center has been fortunate enough...


High school blood donors get an early start

September 27, 2013 at 2:02 pm
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By Dayna Kerecman Myers A whole blood donor who donates as often as possible (approximately once every eight weeks) might take more than 16 years to reach 100 donations. And yet, a donor who begins in high school and commits...


A Little Extra Giving Goes a Long Way

May 31, 2012 at 3:33 pm
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By Julie Ruel, Social Media Manager, Stanford Blood Center

Earlier this year, we added a new option to our online store, offering donors a unique way of spending the points they earn through their donations. In addition to the usual thank-you gifts such as apparel, athletic gear, and coupons, donors had the opportunity to donate their points to help support Lucile Packard Children's Hospital (LPCH) and The Safe Blood Africa Project.


Blood Drive Coordinator Dedicated to #SavingLives

April 11, 2012 at 11:36 am
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By Julie Ruel, Social Media Manager, Stanford Blood Center

Stacey Tinianov began coordinating our Cisco blood drives in 2009 and, to date, has brought in almost 3,000 units of blood. Less than a year after taking on her responsibilities as a blood drive coordinator, she joined our Donor Cup competition and won the award for highest number of units collected. She and her husband both donate as often as they can and she loves, loves, loves to tweet about her upcoming blood drives, and her many other activities for that matter, as @coffeemommy.


Blood Drive Coordinator: Paul B. Newman

March 12, 2012 at 1:44 pm
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By Tim Gilmore, Blood Drive Account Manager, Stanford Blood Center

When you think of Paul Newman, you probably think of the Hollywood legend. But when you say "Paul Newman" at Stanford Blood Center, people think of the Paul B. Newman Neighborhood Blood Drive. Paul is an extremely passionate and dedicated Blood Drive Coordinator. Rain or shine, Paul is out greeting donors and making everyone feel welcome.


The Safe Blood Africa Project: How SBC Donors Can Help

January 10, 2012 at 10:27 am
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By Amanda Baker, Communications Intern, Stanford Blood Center

Think globally, act locally…help globally? At Stanford Blood Center, each of these are possible because now your blood donation that will save a life in your community can also help save lives overseas. Our online store recently added an option of donating the points you receive for giving blood towards helping blood centers in Nigeria, as part of the Safe Blood Africa Project.


Discovering Resources in the Community

December 16, 2011 at 9:58 am
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By John Williams, Marketing Manager, Stanford Blood Center

Living in the Bay Area has many advantages, not least of which is the plethora of opportunities to spend leisure time. With so many competing activities available, it's easy to miss some gems. For instance, the Palo Alto Adult School (PAAS), a provider of courses for both self-enrichment and job-training. Of course, Stanford Blood Center (SBC) is not a bad place to devote a little time either, especially if you're interested in helping patients. But people need to know about these organizations in order to take advantage of them.


The Safe Blood Africa Project: The Trip

December 13, 2011 at 1:17 pm
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By Amanda Baker, Communications Intern, Stanford Blood Center

This summer, BloodSource staff and representatives from the Carmel Valley Rotary Club traveled to Nigeria to continue working on the Safe Blood Africa Project. Led by Dr. Chris Gresens of BloodSource, the team also included Northern California Community Blood Bank CEO Tom Schallert and BloodSource's Dr. John Watson-Williams, as well as project founder and Rotarian Warren Kaufman. Their destination was Uyo University Teaching Hospital in the state of Akwa Ibom, a region of about four million people in the southern part of the country.