High School Blood Donor Recruitment Scholarship. Designed to encourage and reward a high school blood drive chairperson for their efforts in stimulating interest and increasing the available blood supply within the Pennsylvania and New Jersey counties served Miller-Keystone Blood Center, including Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia and Schuylkill (PA) and Hunterdon and Warren (NJ).
The Ralph (Bill) and Jacqueline Younger Student Volunteer Scholarship. This award acknowledges the outstanding student volunteer participation as a service volunteer with Miller-Keystone Blood Center by a graduating high school senior, and is presented in recognition of the importance of student volunteerism to the health and welfare of the community.
Miller-Keystone Blood Center’s High School Cord Recognition Program is a program designed to recognize high school seniors at their graduation ceremony for being a life-saving blood donor, and to honor them for making significant contributions to our community.
Take the Wayne Leibensperger Jr. Memorial Blood Challenge and donate in Wayne’s honor by donating every 2 months and show Wayne – “Hey Wayne, I Saved a Life Today.”
“My Blood, Your Blood” is designed for use in elementary school, middle school, high school, or other community-based organization, such as girl scouts or youth education programs in order to inform young people about their body, blood and the circulatory system, and the need for a safe, adequate blood supply.
Find out if your volunteer hours can help us financially through this employee giving program.
Scout troops who sponsor a blood drive will earn their Blood Buddy Scout Patch.