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American Red Cross BloodStock Scholarship Challenge

You can help save lives and win money for college through the American Red Cross BloodStock Scholarship* Challenge!


Participating in the BloodStock Scholarship Challenge is exciting! We'll help you develop your event planning, marketing and recruitment skills, while you help the American Red Cross collect much needed blood components during the summer and winter months. If you host a new successful American Red Cross Blood Drive during the summer or winter promotional period and meet the program requirements, you will qualify for the respective BloodStock Scholarship drawing! See full details below.

Summer $1000 BloodStock Scholarship Challenge

-Blood Drive must be held between May 1 and August 31.
-Attend face-to-face planning meeting(s)and stay in close contact with your American Red Cross Representative.
-Find a blood drive location with the help of your American Red Cross Representative.
-Recruit and schedule at least 46 blood donors from friends, family and potential past donor
lists supplied by the American Red Cross.
-Help recruit volunteers to assist at the blood drive (greeters, canteen).
-Be at the blood drive for the entire drive to better ensure the success of your BloodStock Drive.
-Collect a minimum of 35 units of blood from volunteer blood donors to enter the drawing for
a $1000 scholarship.

Summer $2000 BloodStock Scholarship Challenge

-Blood Drive must be held between May 1 and August 31.
-Attend face-to-face planning meeting(s)and stay in close contact with your American Red Cross Representative.
-Find a blood drive location with the help of your American Red Cross Representative.
-Recruit and schedule at least 65 blood donors from friends, family and potential past donor
lists supplied by the American Red Cross.
-Help recruit volunteers to assist at the blood drive (greeters, canteen).
-Be at the blood drive for the entire drive to better ensure the success of your BloodStock Drive.
-Collect a minimum of 50 units of blood from volunteer blood donors to enter the drawing for
a $2000 scholarship.

Winter $1000 BloodStock Scholarship Challenge

-Blood Drive must be held between December 15 and January 15.
-Attend face-to-face planning meeting(s)and stay in close contact with your American Red Cross Representative.
-Find a blood drive location with the help of your American Red Cross Representative.
-Recruit and schedule at least 46 blood donors from friends, family and potential past donor
lists supplied by the American Red Cross.
-Help recruit volunteers to assist at the blood drive (greeters, canteen).
-Be at the blood drive for the entire drive to better ensure the success of your BloodStock Drive.
-Collect a minimum of 35 units of blood from volunteer blood donors to enter the drawing for
a $1000 scholarship.

*Scholarship check will be made payable to the College/University the student is or will be attending, not to the individual.

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