Montreal - It’s possible to plan a donation now for the Good Friday blood drive, to be held under the honorary chairmanship of Archbishop Christian Lépine of Montreal. It will take place on Friday, April 15th, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral, located at 1110 Mansfield Street in Montreal. The goal of this event is to achieve 50 donors.
Spring is just around the corner and to mark the renewal, why not make a blood donation to help people who need a transfusion of blood products to regain their health.
Appointments are required prior to coming to the blood drive. You can now book your spot online by creating a profile at jedonne.hema-quebec.qc.ca/, or call 1 800 343-7264 (SANG).
Throughout the pandemic, Héma-Québec has been making every effort to ensure that donating blood remains a safe experience. Additional steps are being implemented at all our collection sites.
You can also check your eligibility to donate before arriving at the blood drive by calling Donor Services at 1 800 847-2525 or going to Héma-Québec’s website at www.hema-quebec.qc.ca, and clicking on Donors > Blood > Who can donate?
Héma-Québec’s mission is to efficiently meet the Québec population’s needs for blood and other high-quality biological products of human origin. Héma-Québec has more than 1,400 employees, nearly 255,000 donors of blood, plasma, stem cells, mothers’ milk and human tissue, as well as thousands of volunteers at blood drive sites. Héma Québec delivers nearly 750,000 human-derived biological products to Québec hospitals every year to meet patients’ needs.
Give blood. Give life.