Come out and bleed for those in need! For eligibility information click here.
To inform the Stanford Blood Center, when you RSVP to this event, you will be asked to provide your:
• Email Address
• Full Name
• Donor Member ID number OR Birth Date
If for any reason you can’t completely provide the required information upon RSVPing, Lyn will send you a private message and we can sort it out. If you would be more comfortable emailing Stanford yourself, Lyn can provide contact information.
If you never donated with Stanford before or don’t have your Member ID number, then your birth date is what they will use to register your appointment, along with your name and email address. Please also include your guests’ info if you are bringing someone. After Lyn sends your RSVP info over to Stanford Blood Center, they will email you your “Blood Drive Appointment Confirmation” with exact appointment time via [masked]. Please do not reserve your own appointment via their website, as we have a block of reserved appointments to fill. RSVPs made less than 24 hours before the event will likely be considered walk-ins, without an appointment.**
To cancel your appointment, you can either cancel with the link provided in your confirmation email or call <a>[masked]</a>. More importantly, please leave a comment here and change your RSVP status on this event, to notify event hosts and enable others to take your place.**
Please RSVP early to secure your appointment. The attendee limit for this Meetup event will reflect the amount of afternoon time slots left open, including our reserved slots. If you are interested in coming after the RSVPS are filled, leave a comment on this page and Lyn will update you via meetup if someone cancels last minute. **
**You are welcome to arrive as a walk-in, but it is strongly preferred that you RSVP with the group and obtain an actual appointment well before the event date. This is to ensure our good standing reputation and allows SBC to gauge our ability to host our own mobile blood drive events.
“Please remember to eat and drink plenty of fluids prior to donation, bring photo ID, a list of all medications you are currently taking, and a list of your travel history.” -SBC (if you have a Stanford Blood Center Donor card, please bring it.)
This is a good opportunity to wear your ACSJ shirt or hat. So look out for ACSJ wear when you arrive to the brunch location and/or the Blood Center. By volunteering with us, along with attending our first speaker event every month, you also get the chance to win a BBN/ACSJ volunteer shirt!
11:30am Brunch Location is New York Pizza at 1040 Grant Rd
Ste 310. Mountain View, CA 94040. Located in the Nob Hill Foods shopping center. This is our repeat location.
Directions from Brunch Location to Blood Center: https://goo.gl/maps/dYQ4A
~Thank you for volunteering with ACSJ. Our philanthropic efforts are meant to demonstrate that atheists care about our community. All volunteers are ACSJ representatives so it is essential to show respect and consideration for others, including those who may hold beliefs different than your own.