How to organize a blood donation camp?
I. Selecting an area for blood donation:
A minimum of 75 to 100 people should be in the organization/institute that you plan to organize a blood donation camp. Some of the places you can try are:
- Corporate organizations/companies
- Religious organizations
II. Booking a date for the camp
Once you have identified the location, contact Mrs. Sonu Singh, Manager-Camp Operations at 9810406172 to book a date for the camp.
Email Id : firstname.lastname@example.org
III. Requirements at the camp site
A well ventilated, well lit venue: Covered area of 400-500 square feet connected by lift to carry equipment. Air-conditioned in the interest of the donor.
Housekeeping/helpers to carry equipment to camp site
Drinking water arrangement at the camp site.
Arrangement of tea/lunch, if possible, for the medical team.
Tables and Chairs
Table 1: Registration/Pre-donation counseling
Table 2: Pre-donation screening for Hb
Table 3: Medical exam by doctor to ascertain fitness for donation.
Table 4: Refreshments
Table 5: Certificates and post donation advice.
Table 6: To keep blood bags after collection/sealing etc.
In case the camp is inside the Blood Mobile, provision of table/chair is required for registration only
Rotary Blood Bank provides motivation material that can be used prior to a camp.
Download posters and other motivation material