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If you are in good health, please consider making a donation. Your single blood donation could save several lives! Visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor code “BayLodge” to arrange a blood donation appointment at the Bay Lodge on Wednesday, December 16th, or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

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Please call 1-866-236-3276 for urgent assistance if you recently donated and have developed a fever or other symptoms that indicate a recent infection, or if you want to provide more details about your donation (Option 2 in the phone system). This number is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for your convenience.
Please call 1-866-236-3276 for urgent assistance if you recently donated and have developed a fever or other symptoms that indicate a recent infection, or if you want to provide more details about your donation (Option 2 in the phone system). This number is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for your convenience.

Donating blood is essential

The Canadian Red Cross Society (“CRCS”) is dedicated to protecting the personal information of its donors and clients. We want you to understand our values and procedures for the collection, use, processing, transfer, storage, and disclosure of your Personal Information as part of this pledge.
This Privacy Notice explains our policies and procedures for collecting, using, transferring, storing, and disclosing Personal Information about Donors, Clients, and other non-Red Cross individuals with whom we work.
When workers, volunteers, and contract staff work on behalf of the CRCS, they are subject to a different privacy policy. They must abide by the standards and policies outlined in this Privacy Notice. The implementation of this Privacy Notice is governed by applicable laws, including legislation, rules, and court or other lawful authority orders or demands.
“Client(s)” refers to someone who is a CRCS Donor, has requested or used CRCS services, has provided information for needs evaluation, or has registered for CRCS training but is not acting in the capacity of CRCS staff, volunteers, students, or contractors.

A message from our ceo regarding the red cross

When you call the Red Cross customer service number, you can expect to speak with friendly service representatives who are well-versed in resolving your issues. They are there to answer your questions and get you taken care of, if you want to arrange a blood drive at your local school, donate to the Red Cross, take a training class, or get disaster assistance. The Red Cross recognizes the value of connectivity in their line of business, so they make sure there are plenty of open lines of communication to keep you connected.
The best way to contact a customer service representative is to call them. It is very straightforward and allows for quick communication. You won’t have to think about being switched back and forth between agencies because all of their representatives are qualified to handle the issues. Once you’re linked, the agent will assist you in avoiding Red Cross fraud, obtaining a digital credential for a CPR or first-aid course, and learning about international law.

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