Living Hope weekend services will be online & all events and groups will be suspended until further notice. Click here to watch our latest Sunday services!

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Living Hope Community Church is hosting a blood drive in partnership with the American Red Cross on Thursday, July 2, from 1-7pm. This is during a critical collection period where your blood donation is needed the most. ONE blood donation can save up to THREE lives!! Sign up HERE.
 Special Promo from the Red Cross: Due to the holiday week, all donors will receive an exclusive Wonder Woman 1984 t-shirt at the drive!

 

 

WHO CAN DONATE BLOOD?

Everyone ages 17 years and older are eligible to donate as an adult. Students who are 16 years old and weigh 110 pounds or more can donate with a signed parental consent form (parent does not need to be present) and a picture school ID or drivers license. Click here for a student guide and parental consent form.

Eligability is based on medications, vaccinations, general health, travel outside the U.S., medical conditions & treatments, lifestyle & life events, sexually transmitted diseases & more.You can check your eligibility regarding the following by clicking here for more info

 

WHAT ABOUT COVID-19?

Giving blood is considered an essential community service as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Food and Drug Administration have all issued statements encouraging blood donation for those who are well. Blood drives also have the highest standards of safety and infection control. For more information, click here.

 

HOW DO I SIGN UP?

1. CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT (Enter "LIVINGHOPE" if sponsor code is requested) and select the date.
2. Click "See Times" and choose a time slot.
3. Create an account to complete the appointment.

 

WHAT WILL THE DONATION PROCESS BE LIKE?

Donating blood is a simple thing to do, but can make a big difference in the lives of others. On the morning of the donation, Sunday, April 5, please fill out the RapidPass® Pre-Registration form online. The donation process will take place in the Main Hall and from the time you arrive until the time you leave takes about an hour. The donation itself is only about 8-10 minutes on average. Click here for full step-by-step description of the blood donation process.  

CLICK HERE TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY

 

LIVING HOPE FAQS

1. If I am at church to give blood, can I sit in the worship service?

Unfortunately, we would ask that donors come into the building only for the purpose of donating blood. The worship service can be viewed online during 9:30am and 11:30am and will stay on our youtube account after.

2. Are we allowed to give blood during the "Stay at Home" order?

Yes, this is a life saving essential activity that all levels of government allows and encourages.

3. Can non-Living Hope people donate blood?

Yes, as long as they meet the requirements laid out by the Red Cross.

4. Do you need volunteers?

We have enough volunteers at the moment.

5. Can I donate if I've been out of the country for Compass, STEP, or on vacation?

You can still donate if you have traveled outside of the US and Canada. But there are a few locations where it will be required that you wait 1 year from the time you stepped back into the US in order to donate. Please have your travel dates and destinations with you during your pre-screening process. You can use this form and bring it with you. You can also call 866-236-3276 to speak with an eligibility specialist about your travel.

6. Further Questions?

Please email Esther Do at Admin@livinghopecc.org for more information.

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