What It Means to Volunteer With Carter BloodCare
As a volunteer, you become part of the face of Carter BloodCare and increase awareness for blood donations throughout our service area. Volunteers commit to signing up for various volunteer events. After each event, you will be required to submit an event recap and volunteer hour form.
If you would like to join our volunteer team, please send an email to Volunteer@CarterBloodCare.org and we will get back to you within 48 hours.
Blood Drive Assistant
Help donors at our blood drives and with recruitment, staff the information table, check in donors, and guide donors to the screening and refreshment areas. You must be comfortable engaging with people about blood donation. An outgoing personality and strong customer service skills are essential.
Be a Carter BloodCare ambassador. Monitor the refreshments area at drives, make sure donors are doing well after giving blood, inform them about Great Partners Rewards, and let them know of our upcoming promotions. You must be familiar with our Great Partners Rewards program and be able to identify donors with possible reactions.
Join us at one of our main campuses to help with filing, stuffing envelopes, assembling binders, creating spreadsheets, organizing storage, and getting an inside look at our organization. This job is best for detail-oriented people with basic Microsoft Office knowledge and people who are willing to commute to one of our main offices.
Health Fairs & Community Events
Hang at our information table during events and educate people about the importance of our mission. Try to get donors to sign up for donations at our upcoming drives. Knowledge of the basics of blood donation and its impact in the community are required. If you are friendly, outgoing and comfortable approaching people, this is perfect for you.
Carter BloodCare Events
When we host events, we need your help to set up, break down, pack supplies, register guests, create signage and nametags, hand out giveaway items, and help donors or guests find their way. Volunteers must be detail-oriented, outgoing and team players.