Who can give blood?
Healthy people between the ages of 17 and 60 (up to 71 if a person is a regular donor)
can donate blood every 56 days. It usually takes about one hour to be registered at the clinic,donate blood, rest, take refreshments and be on your way. Giving blood affects one very little,beyond a well earned feeling of personal satisfaction.
Who can be counted as a Masonic Donor?
Any member of a Mason’s family, relations and friends in good health, between the ages of 17 and 60. (up to 71 if a person is a regular donor.)
Who donate on behalf of a Mason.
Who gives blood, plasma and platelets at a clinic supported or sponsored by Masons.
Who has been contacted by a Mason.
Be sure to sign up with partners for life with Canadian Blood services to support Eastern District Masons. The Partnership number is : MASO005826. This can be done at the clinic and is open to anyone.
If you give blood or your lodge hosts a Blood Donor Clinic please advise the blood donor chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for donating the gift of life!