BLOOD DRIVES

BLOOD DRIVE CEREMONY

OneBlood of South Florida celebrates with our students and staff our life saving blood program.  At this ceremony, work locations are awarded plaques and trophies for the amount of pints collected, percentage of participation, most improved location, and most dedicated student and faculty coordinator.
 
 
Throughout the school year, OneBlood held blood drives at Miami-Dade County Public Schools.  Due to the generosity of students, faculty and parents, many lives are touched by these life-saving donations.
 
This collaboration allows students to give back to their community in a personal and profound way.  In addition:
  • Each student receives a wellness checkup, including blood pressure, temperature, iron count and cholesterol screening.  Students are able to use their online OneBlood account to track their results over time and view any trends with their numbers.
  • Students on the blood drive committee learn project management skills.
  • Students learn the importance of social responsibility and helping others in need.
Thanks to all of you who stepped in and gave of yourselves in order to save lives.  Our blood drive program continues to be #1 in the state of Florida.
College Assistance Program
OneBlood supports the College Assistance Program of Dade County, Inc. (CAP, Inc.) for Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) graduating seniors and adult education students who wish to continue their post-secondary education.  Awards of student grants are based on CAP, Inc. standard criteria, not on individual blood pints donated at schools.
Students may apply for scholarship assistance based on the criteria established by CAP, Inc.
High School Application (available in March)
Adult/Vocational Application
CAP FAQs & TImeline
Questions regarding CAP,Inc. should be directed to: 
Sharon Krantz 
District Chair, Secondary High School Counseling
College Assistance Program(CAP) & Adult/ Vocational Counseling
Division of Student Services
305-995-7320.
Schedule a Blood Drive
If you have 15 or more committed donors, you can schedule a blood drive at your location. 
Donating is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
Step #1: Check your general donor eligibility
Step #2: Prepare for your donation
Step #3: Say to yourself "I did it!  I saved up to three lives with my donation!"
Click here for more information on donating blood
Blood Donor Consent Form for Students
High School Donation Tips
Target Your Blood Type
Blood Donation FAQs
Contact: Ms. Nieves M. Losa, Vice President, Operations
(305) 398-5640  nieves.losa@oneblood.org