You can be part of the initiative by not just becoming a blood donor, but also by collaborating with us. This will help amplify the Blood Donation Drive in a more holistic, socially responsible manner.



Blood Banks are running out of supplies. Before we are faced with another crisis let's help out health care systems prepare better. Donate, before getting vaccinated. Be part of our nationwide Blood Donation Drive and together let's fight the pandemic.


Who Can Donate?

  • You are between 18 and 65 years of age.
  • You weigh more than 45 kg.
  • It is more than 90 days (for males) and 120 days (for females) since your last blood donation.
  • You have not had Jaundice, Typhoid in the last 12 months.
  • You have not had Malaria in the last 6 months.
  • You have not been on medication for the past 3 days.
  • You are not on treatment with Insulin for Diabetes.
  • You are free from acute respiratory diseases.
  • You are free from HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Veneral Disease.
  • You are free from skin disease at the site of the phlebotomy.
  • You have not had any major surgery in the past 12 months.
  • You have not had to receive blood transfusion in the past 12 months.
  • You have not had tattooing in the past 12 months.
  • You have not had alcohol in the last 24 hours.
  • You have not had a baby in the last 12 months (for women).

Covid related:

  1. If you have been infected with Covid-19, you can donate blood if it is more than 28 days after date of recovery/cessation of symptoms.
  2. You can donate blood if it is more than 14 days after receiving any dose of the Covid vaccine.

The Blood Bank will:

  1. Check you weight
  2. Check your Haemoglobin
  3. Check your Blood Pressure
  4. Check your Pulse and Temperature
  5. Ask questions on your medical history.

You will be allowed to donate blood only if the Blood Bank considers you eligible as per guidelines laid down by the Drugs Controller General (India), which is the Central Licensing Authority of India.


Before Blood Donation?

  • Drink extra fluids/water the day before blood donation
  • Do not consume alcohol for at least 24 hours before blood donation
  • Ensure that you have slept well the previous night.
  • Do not donate blood on an empty stomach. You will feel much better if you have had a short meal a few hours before.
  • Do not donate blood on full stomach. Wait for 30 minutes if you have just had a full meal.
  • Do not drink hot liquids or smoke just prior to donating blood.
  • Avoid strenuous exercise before donating blood.
  • If you had exercised, have extra fluids before donating blood.
  • Wear comfortable clothing. If sleeves are present in the attire, they should be easy to roll up.
  • Relax!

Covid-19 Related

  1. Carry your own bottle of water and pen.
  2. Wear your mask when you step out from your residence for blood donation.
  3. Practice social distancing and other safety measures that you normally adopt, while you are on your way to venue of blood donation.

After Blood Donation

  1. Do not smoke or drink hot liquids for atleast an hour after blood donation.
  2. Do not consume alcohol for the next 8 hours.
  3. Do not lift heavy weights or indulge in strenuous excerises for the next 24 hours.
  4. Do not drive for atleast 6 hours after blood donation.
  5. Leave the Band-aid on at the "needle site" for atleast 6 hours.
  6. Drink extra fluids/water for the next 24 hours to replace the fluid volume.
  7. Air crews, long distance drivers of heavy vehicles, and contruction workers on high buildings are advised to refrain from duty for the next 12 hours.



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