#HowIPutBeansOnTheTable videos, How folks make money donating blood and plasma.

We are interested in your videos and learning about how you make money by donating blood, plasma or anything else. How much do you make? How easy is it? How long have you gotten paid for blood?

Tell us why you donate in a video 1 min or less. Any format and resolution will do.

We will post them here on the blog and also:

on our youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebloodbanker
on our twitter feed: http://twitter.com/#!/BloodDonation
on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BloodRegistry

We will be using the hashtag: #HowIPutBeansOnTheTable on twitter and elsewhere to get the word out. Please look for this and feel free to use this to spread the word to your circles.

#whyidonate videos, making blood donation matter

We are interested in your videos and learning about why you donate blood.  Is it for money or glory? Do you enjoy humanity and want to give back? Do you need some extra cash these days and enjoy a good plasma session?

Tell us why you donate in a video 1 min or less. Any format and resolution will do.

We will post them here on the blog and also:

We will be using the hashtag: #whyidonate on twitter and elsewhere to get the word out. Please look for this and feel free to use this to spread the word to your circles.

Reach out to us on social media or contact us here at: phil “@” bloodbanker.com

Plasma Donation, spreading the word to 1 community at a time!

Grass roots approach to spreading the word about blood donation through paid plasma donation. Nothing motivates people like the need for money to survive and pay bills.  Ask any college student, they always need cash to pay bills. So here is our solution to getting people’s attention, through appeal to good old hard cash.  Nothing fancy marketing wise here, just getting people the information they might need. Feel free to print and distribute these flyers as we’ve open sourced them to the community for everyone to use. bb-com-flyer-for-physicaldistribution Someone just print the image and posted it at University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Let’s spread the word of blood donation and post it in your community. University-North Carolina - Charlotte2New post from Del Rey Florida, thanks for the support!Image0024This photo is taken from San Francisco, California! Keep it coming guys! san-francisco-6 BloodBanker has already reach the Philadelphia! Keep it going guys! Attachment-bb-support-in-philadelphiaSomeone posted our flyer at University of California, Santa Barbara bulletin board! ucsb-santa-barbara-3 Another post from University of California, Santa Barbara! ucsb-santa-barbara-2 Thank you for posting this flyers at University of California, Santa Barbara!University-North Carolina - Charlotte3 University of North Carolina - Charlotte BloodBanker has reached Los Angeles! Thank you for the support. 1 2 Still at Los Angeles taken by a volunteer! 4 3

Paid plasma donation, 10 years of knowledge summed up

Okay, BloodBanker.com has been around for over 10 years, here are the most common questions we get about plasma donations.

What are the general requirements?
– Minimum 18 years, maximum 69 year. In good health and at least 110 pounds weight with proof of ID and sometimes address.

How much can I get paid?
– It depends on the place, but said and done you’ll get about $25-$45 per donation.

Where can I donate?
– You can find a local donation center here at BloodBanker.com/Banks

How long does it take?
– It takes about 1.5 hours once you are in the system.

What can I do during the donation time?
– Almost anything in a chair, you can read books, watch movies, play games on your phone. Many locations have movies going, otherwise personal entertainment is encouraged.

Is it safe?
– Yes, all the machine does is remove the plasma from your blood and return the rest to you. It’s perfectly safe and even better then a whole blood letting.

Can you get sick from it?
– Do not donate if you have cold symptoms as it will make it worse.

Does it hurt?
– No, it is painless and many people find it rather relaxing.

What is plasma used for?
– Plasma is used to treat cancer and many other diseases and medical procedures. It can’t be producing in a lab or factory. The only source is from healthy humans.

Why would i donate plasma?
– You want to make money and/or help modern medicine as blood products are increasing being used in many different applications to heal people.

References:

Plasma Treating Neuologic Conditions:

https://www.aan.com/Guidelines/Home/GetGuidelineContent/472

Plasma for healing pain:

https://www.treatingpain.com/diagnosis-treatments/platelet-rich-plasma-prp

Technical plasma analysis:

http://www.blood.co.uk/about-blood/how-blood-is-used/plasma/