There are four blood drives scheduled in 2020!
| Wednesday January 29
|| Wednesday April 29
| Wednesday August 26
|| Wednesday November 18
Next Up: Wednesday April 29, 2020
Three locations available: Choose the location that is most convenient for you and sign up on the corresponding link to make an appointment for the April 29th date.
1. Stanford Blood Center Menlo Park, 445 Burgess Drive
Menlo Park appointments (7 am - 3 pm)
2. Stanford Blood Center Mountain View, 515 South Dr Suite #2
Mountain View appointments (12 noon-7 pm):
3. Stanford Blood Center South Bay in Campbell, 295 Hamilton Ave
Campbell appointments (12 noon- 7:00 pm)
Please join us for the Western Wheelers Blood Drive with Stanford Blood Center!
Due to the physical and social distancing expectations and to ensure the safest experience for donors and staff the blood center is no longer allowing walk-in donations. Please sign up ahead of time at one of the links above.
This link contains the safety measures that the blood center has put in place: https://stanfordbloodcenter.org/faq-on-novel-coronavirus-and-blood-donation/
For the Stanford Blood Center, this time of year means possible blood shortages. Vacations and busy schedules keep people from donating blood regularly. The hospitals we serve need a constant supply of blood products, particularly for preemies, cancer treatments, and complicated transplants. A liver transplant, for example, sometimes requires 40 or more units of blood. Stanford Blood Center is honored that the Western Wheelers have supported local patients by giving blood as a group since 2012. You are an important part of our life-saving team!
So come out and join your fellow Wheelers. You can make an appointment at the links above or call 888-723-7831, or email at givebloodSBC@stanford.edu.
Be sure to tell the receptionist when you check in that you are participating in the Western Wheelers blood drive.
For more information contact: Tim Gilmore email@example.com
Stanford Blood Center 650-723-7831
Due to the 24-hour exercise restriction following blood donation, please plan on auto transportation to get home.)