How are blood donors recognized?
We track every (whole) blood, plasma, and platelet donation you make regardless if they were made to Canadian Blood Services.
Our program includes appreciation items such as special donor cards, lapel pins and certificates to thank you, our donors, after you have reached various donation milestones. These items are standard across Canada and ensure that all donors receive consistent recognition for their contribution to giving life.
What other types of donations are recognized?
We recognize all types of contributions, including:
- Whole blood, plasma, and platelets donations
- Stem cell and cord blood recruitment and donations
- Partner initiatives
- Volunteer efforts
- Financial donations
What are the recognition levels?
We track every (whole) blood, plasma, and platelet donation you make regardless if they were made to Canadian Blood Services. Review our table below to learn more about our recognition levels.
|Every 50 donations after|
|Every 100 donations after||Lifetime 350+|
Stem cell donors receive a certificate for each donation they give.
How do donors receive their awards?
Recognition items may be given to donors at the donor centres (lapel pin), by posted mail (donor cards) or at special donor awards ceremonies (donor certificates at our annual Honouring Canada's Lifeline ceremony).