High School & Student Recognition Opportunities
Through regular blood donation, students are demonstrating strong character, selflessness, and volunteerism. Their commitment to saving lives will set them apart from the rest!
Donor of Distinction Program
High school students who register to donate blood three times before graduation or host a scholarship blood drive will earn the honor of becoming a LifeServe Donor of Distinction. As a Donor of Distinction, students will be awarded the following:
- Special red honors cord to wear at graduation
- Certificate of Achievement
- Letter of Accomplishment from LifeServe Blood Center President
To earn this title and receive the red cord, students may have to donate at a community blood drive or donor center in addition to school sponsored blood drives.
Student Scholarship Opportunities
LifeServe will award up to $500 in scholarship funds to students who organize a successful blood drive during the summer (Memorial Day - Labor Day) or winter (December and January) scholarship periods! To be eligible for the scholarship award, students must recruit donors, act as the chairperson for the blood drive, and register 25 donors ($250 awarded) or 40 donors ($500 awarded). Individual scholarships are offered to any student seeking or currently achieving a higher level of education.
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High school Scholarship Opportunities
Participating high schools must sponsor two blood drives per school year to qualify and must collect a minimum number of units of blood throughout the school year.
If the school meets the minimum requirements, the school will select a student to be the recipient of the $100 scholarship. If the minimum requirements are met and exceeded, there will be an additional $1 for each unit collected above the threshold guidelines, with a maximum payout of $500. LifeServe Blood Center encourages the high school to award the scholarship to a student that has been active with the blood drives or has demonstrated a strong sense of civic duty.