As a volunteer blood drive coordinator, you play an important role in maintaining the community’s blood supply. Regardless if you're experienced or new to coordinating blood drives, the Coordinator Toolkit includes essential marketing materials and tools you need to help ensure the success of your blood drive. The materials listed below are available for your download.
For questions or to request hard copies, please contact a Blood Drive Recruiter at 402-486-9406 or 402-486-9427.
- Blood Drive Planner
- Eligibility Guidelines
- Reasons to Donate Blood
- Top 10 Tips for a Successful Blood Drive
- Blood Drive Pledge Form
- Blood Donation Journey
- Blood 101
- Recruiting Double Red Cell Donations
- Athletes and Blood Donation
- Hours and Locations Handout
- Did you know? Handout
- ABO Joe Mascot Guidelines
- America's Blood Centers (ABC) is a national network of independent blood centers, including NCBB. This site will provide more information about blood donation and how it relates to communities.
- American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) is a national accrediting association. AABB is a source for medical, technical and policy-related information about blood donation.
- The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) oversees blood banks and sets policies related to blood donation.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the primary federal agency for protecting the health and safety of the public. Here you can find the latest information about diseases, such as West Nile virus and HIV.