blood drive

Average of 50 to 75 donors per hour at BYU–Hawaii blood drive


Partnered with the Blood Bank of Hawaii, the BYUH Service Center hosted a blood drive from Jan. 31 to Feb. 1 in the Aloha Center. With an average of 50 to 75 donors per hour, the drive had the goal of getting at least 500 pints or more in its two-day period of operation.

Blood donations give students and community opportunities to contribute to natural disasters or surgical procedures

For those who donated blood at the Blood Bank of Hawaii Blood Drive hosted by BYU-Hawaii on Sept. 27 and 28, they said their motivation included examples set by family members and knowing they are helping save lives.

International student body makes BYU-Hawaii largest college donor of negative blood type in state

BYU-Hawaii has the most negative blood type donors out of all a single college in the state of Hawaii, according to Celina Quach, donor recruitment account manager of Blood Bank of Hawaii.

Blood drive considered a form of service, students say

Students shuffled into the Aloha Center Ballroom and Blood Mobile on Dec. 1 and 2 as they donated blood to the Blood Bank of Hawaii. They said giving blood is a great and easy way to help and serve others.


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