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Canteen Attendant - Berks County Area

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ORGANIZATION: Miller-Keystone Blood Center

  • 53 people are interested

Someone needs to give out snacks with a smile while monitoring the donors and making sure they are doing well after donating. Why not you?

Have fun meeting new people and helping your community at the same time!

Canteen Attendants attend to blood donors after the donation process is complete. They offer a drink and a snack, while ensuring the donor is feeling well and remains in the canteen for at least 15 minutes.

Volunteers can help at our donor center or at a variety of blood drives in the community at schools, businesses, churches, or other community organizations. The door center has varies hours we are trying to fill As a mobile drive volunteer you choose when and where you would like to volunteer. It could be once a month or as often as you would like. Most of the need is during the work day. I am sorry, but we cannot help you fulfill community service hours.

We are in need of canteen volunteers in Berks County Area. Every 2 seconds someone needs blood. Please consider helping us make sure it is available.

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About Miller-Keystone Blood Center


2745A Leiscz\'s Bridge Road, Reading, PA 19605, US

Mission Statement

Saving lives by partnering with our community to provide a continuous supply of blood products and services.


Assist with blood donations on bloodmobiles


Community, Seniors


We'll work with your schedule.


At community blood drivesReading, PA 19601


  • People Skills


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Usually one or two times a month. Drives can be 4-7 hours
  • 1+ hour orientation and then on the job training. Criminal background check and child abuse clearances (free for volunteers). Most blood drives are during the work week.

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