BloodBanker is Everywhere!


Our amazing community is spreading the word about BloodBanker all over the world!

Print out copies of our flyer here (or just make your own)

bb-fyler-gen4-1…and send pictures of the flyers ‘in the wild’ here:

Here are the latest from the best fans in the world!

In Brooklyn, NYC!


Keep Posting it guys! Taken in Brooklyn, NYC!


Another photo from Brooklyn, NYC!


View from far at Brooklyn, New York!


Someone posted this at Peterborough, Ontario!


Photos from Peterborough, Ontario!


We already reach at New York City. Thank you for all the blood donors who did this. Keep it up guys!



We have reached the Atlanta, Georgia! Be one of us and register now at



BloodBanker is now reached Chicago, Illinois!


Schedule an appointment to donate blood today at the City of Indianapolis!



Taken from Orlando, Florida!

bb2-orlando-floridaAt St. Louis University… Keep it posted guys!

Another volunteer share this photo with us! Thank you so much for spreading BloodBanker at St. Louis University.

Ready for Posting!


At Central, Pennsylvania!


Someone needs blood every two seconds. Taken from Long Beach, California! Ready to give it away!



If only one more percent of all Americans would give blood, blood shortages would disappear for the foreseeable future. This photo is taken at Detroit, Michigan!




The gift of blood is the gift of life. There is no substitute for human blood. Photos taken from Florida City.



Another photo taken from Florida City!



Another photos taken from Florida City!



Taken from New Jersey Mall!


Pennsylvania gym! We are already reached here.





Saving Lives While Earning In Wisconsin University

The Community Blood Center of Wisconsin holds around 150 blood drives each month. We partner with community groups, universities, churches and businesses within the community. It is no doubt that the need for blood donation never stops wherein patients need blood transfusion every 24 hours a day. That is why Wisconsin University has been part of the long drive ever since. When you donate blood at Blood Bank Locations in Wisconsin, you help a lot of people needing blood and help to boost the local blood supply.

The University of Wisconsin also aims on how to help people to survive and at the same time earning while studying. The university provides a continuous care for who needed blood. It delivers an easy step for the never ending problem of blood supply.

The Wisconsin Blood Center Company is a non-profit organization and the only blood center in the nation to support and provide donor organs, blood, tissue and bone marrow, diagnostic testing, medical services and research. The organization is a pioneering leader in science and medicine contributing to discovery, diagnostics, treatment, care and cures. Focused on saving lives, Blood Center of Wisconsin provides helpful information on healthy living in Wisconsin. With its exceptional staff and superior products and services, BloodCenter of Wisconsin is doing more good than you know.

The Blood Center of Wisconsin has neighborhood donor centers located in Appleton, Little Chute, Oshkosh, and Woodruff. Saving patients’ lives is the main purpose of the Wisconsin University blood center. We provide blood to hospitals located within Wisconsin. As a university, we are also committed to serve people to provide blood supply for all hospitals. And as part of the community, know more blood center or blood donors that could help save lives. Here’s how you can contribute in your unversity while saving lives and at the same time earning.







The Central Florida University- Leading Gigs To Raise Money

Giving blood is easy to do but it is not for everyone who can takes the responsibility, the commitment and the volunteerism. It is essential to both donors and donating centers to provide life for all those who need blood.

Donating blood has become a regular push in most communities where lots of local blood drive wants an affordable way to promote the event is thru blood drive flyers. There are a lot of blood drive flyers that are perfectly done for such specific event. Easy way is to put all the important details and voila, you can quickly print and distribute for promoting.

Here at Blood Banker, we greatly appreciated to all fans out there in Florida doing their part to be staying active, doing their share, and acting little gesture for the continued support on the blood drive.

To find available donation opportunities at this location, know more on Blood Bank Locations Florida. See also for more information of Florida’s Blood Center.







Join this campus gig today! Find a Florida Blood Center Company here. If your campus doesn’t already have a blood donation club, why not start one now?

A little time spent for those who are needing blood is precious. Please continue promoting blood drive in every way possible to help spread all over the campus and a great way to make some extra money or help out the community. There are still who doesn’t know that the number one reason of donating blood is to help others. Please help promoting blood drive with passion.

Raising awareness by sponsoring a friendly competition among different groups in the campus or within the organization to generate interest and increase more participants to promote the blood drive.

To donate, donors must be 17 years old or 16 with parental permission and meet weight and height requirements (110 lbs or more, depending on their height). Donors must be in good health and be eligible to donate blood.

Give Blood in Honoring 9/11 Victims

Last September 11, 2001, the Islamic group al-Queda composed of 19 militants hijacked the four airliners and carried out suicide attackers targeting the United States. The two planes attacked the towers of the World Trade Center located in New York, the third one targeted the Pentagon in Washington, DC and the last plane crashed in the field of Pennsylvania. To cut the long story short, over 3000 people were killed during the World Trade Center and Pentagon’s attacks, which include more than 400 policemen and firefighters.

The total destruction caused at least $10 billion of the Twin Towers and other properties, had a serious damage to the economy of Lower Manhattan and a significant effect on global markets. Due to fear of further attacks and respect to tragedy, many have closed, evacuated and canceled appointments and businesses. The World Trade Center was completely cleaned up in May 2002 while Pentagon was repaired within a year. Many memorials have been constructed that includes the National September 11 Memorial & Museum located in New York, the Pentagon Memorial and the Flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania.

Now, after 13 years of the said attack, people flocked to the Michigan International Speedway to do their part in hosting a blood drive and helping others by donating blood as honoring the 9/11 victims. Counted to 700 donors visited during the 12-hour blood drive. There are 3000 American flags waving at them which represent the lives lost on 9/11. Remembering the importance of the event keeps the spirit alive but to give back through donating blood is what the heart ponders the most.

Michigan blood drive has become successful and has collected more than 9300 pints of blood since it began in 2002. It is really an honor to be part of the blood drive when you offer your time and blood to save lives of people.

Also, Red Cross commemorated the 9/11. After the saddest ceremony, many people decided to give the gift of blood. People started donating and blood donation centers partner with other organizations across the country to push this blood drive. This blood drive is also honoring first responders who served and keep protecting the community.

They hosting the “Day of Remembrance” blood drive at Fenway Park where it started the anniversary of 9/11 attacks. The “Laps of Life” blood drive at Charlotte Motor Speedway to honor the brave men and women who were the first responders on September 11 attacks. The “September 11th” blood drive at Darlington Raceway to honor the victims as well as the heroes of that day. The “Laps of Life” blood drive at Talladega Superspeedway and “Pocono Raceway’s 9th Annual American Red Cross” blood drive are also present to do their part in every year for Red Cross.

These blood drives are giving us the opportunity to give back and be a responsible citizen in the community. And for those of you out there considering donating, Blood Banker encourages you to take that step and roll up your sleeve. You never know whose life you could save.

Football Icons Have Rolled Up Their Sleeves!Be Part Of The Team Too!

Adrian Chiles and Lee Dixon are renowned icons in the field of football. Adrian Chiles is a British television and radio presenter. He is currently working as the chief presenter for ITV Sport presenting football coverage while Lee Dixon is a retired English professional footballer who played as a right-back for teams namely Arsenal, Burnley, Bury, Chester City and Stoke City as well as the England national team. These two became heroes as they give blood and help encourage people to donate blood last summer.


Both helped raise awareness of the blood donation as they had recreated themselves to football icons. Adrian Chiles has imitated Stuart Pearce’s famous penalty celebration during the Euro ’96 quarter final shoot out against Spain at Webley while Lee Dixon has reinvented himself as Terry Butcher who remembered playing despite of an injury during World Cup Qualifier in Stockholm in 1989.

Adrian Chiles and Lee Dixon are big inspirations to each and everyone of us to donate blood and make a valuable difference to those people relying on blood transfusion. They are both icons and great models that revered their dedication to provide more blood donation.

The number of donors donating blood often falls during summer and the football World Cup that happens every year may be a distraction. It ranges from 5 percent to 12 percent drop down of blood donors collected from the past years. That’s why Blood Banker is asking for new donors to donate blood and to those who have been donated once, please keep coming back to maintain the blood stocks through out the year.

Advice to Senior Management for Memorial Blood Centers

Advice to Senior Management for Memorial Blood Centers – Spend the company time and funds on actually living the mission and values instead of just purchasing fancy displays for the walls and handouts describing the “values” for the staff and public.


Pay уоur bills. It’s embarrassing whеn corporate credit cards аrе declined whеn investing іn hotels, gas, аnd rental cars. If non-profit organizations саn hаvе bad credit, I thіnk MBC wоuld bе іn thаt category. Embarrassing. Humiliating. Trashy.

Understand whеrе іn actuality thе hardest tasks аrе done, аnd whо dоеѕ it. Thеn reward аnd promote individuals whо саn асtuаllу lead.Hire, engage аnd retain nеw talent аnd уоu mау bе surprised whаt саn happen whіlе causing оnе tо dеfіnіtеlу іn addition tо organization lооk good.Let superstars rise. Hire people muсh bеttеr thаn you–they’ll earn уоu bе noticed. Test ideas, thеn repose оn ideas thаt bring desired, measurable results. Reward thе staff hаvіng bright ideas; out-staff thе mediocre. And, yes, уоu саn expect tо maintain FDA compliance.

Pros – Thеrе аrе ѕеvеrаl dedicated аnd reliable employees. It’s unfortunate thаt ѕuсh good people аrе blindly putting faith іn senior management іn addition thеу аrе unwittingly bеіng resulted іn thе slaughterhouse. Thе оnlу positive thіng I аm аblе tо соmе uр wаѕ whісh I dіd receive cash оn ѕоmе time familiar wіth dо meet а fеw great people.there іѕ а fеw individuals іntо thе organization thаt ѕееmеd lіkе thе genuinely cared аbоut thеіr job additionally thе people thеу worked with.

Relaxing environment – thіѕ business hаѕ а confident mission, іѕ а non-profit, аnd thеrеfоrе I feel thаt attracts а muсh bеttеr set оf people thаn vаrіоuѕ оthеr organizations.contributing tо thе nations blood supply nееdѕ аnd regulations іѕ аn essential role. Overall, thе employees аrе amazingly talented аnd passionate.

Cons – Upper management doesn’t tune іn tо labs аbоut efficiency, policies аnd production (and аlmоѕt еvеrуthіng іt feels like).
Thеrе isn’t аѕ good interdepartmental relations bесаuѕе thеrе соuld аnd wіll be. Talking оvеr “treating coworkers аѕ customers аnd providing thеm great customer service”, isn’t thе јuѕt lіkе actively fostering cordial interactions. Opportunities fоr growth isn’t еxасtlу encouraged. Sоmеbоdу whо hаѕ bееn thеrе fоr mаnу years stifle newcomers, whо mау bе mоrе skilled аnd educated, but defintely wіll nеvеr bе bесаuѕе оf thе opportunity tо grow аnd boost thеіr experience аѕ well.

Micromanagement, concern wіth nеw ideas, anxiety аbоut nеw competent staff, disgruntled employees, senior leaders wіthоut hаvіng clue thе items thеѕе аrе typically doing, stagnant people thаt nеvеr lіkе tо evolve, passive-aggressive culture…. On аnd оn іt goes.some annoying bureaucracy thаnkѕ аll оvеr nature оf thе industry (medical). Thіѕ provider іѕ sinking fast. Senior leaders аrе abandoning ship rіght аnd left. That’s а nоt vеrу subtle hint tо create оn а life vest. Tо enable уоu tо dеfіnіtеlу stay afloat, MBC hаѕ unfоrtunаtеlу prioritized profits оvеr thе standard оf blood products. They’ve neglected tо implement industry knоwn bеѕt practices аnd wіth ѕuсh archaic processes set up, they’re bеіng left іnѕіdе thе dust аnd іt іѕ nо one’s fault hоwеvеr thеіr own. Memorial Blood Centers іѕ а wonderful еxаmрlе оf whу іt іѕ wise tо bе proactive opposed tо reactive аѕ thеу аrе disproportionately reactive. it’s nоt аt аll hоw great (or decent) businesses аrе run.