Help Save Lives by making phone calls!
Oklahoma Blood Institute Tulsa
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
87 people are interested
Donor reminder calls increase blood donations and as a result, more lives can be saved by YOUR calls. Tele-recruit our life-saving donors; deliver messages such as date, location, time, remind them to bring photo ID, and the benefits of being a donor. Reminder calls are brief in nature and can be left on an answering machine. Our volunteers are a vital part of our mission to saving lives. Your help will be greatly appreciated by the donors!
Time Commitment: Flexible!! Your help will be appreciated with every phone number dialed.
Qualifications: Good phone skills. Detail-oriented and able to multi-task. Helpful attitude and willingness to learn new things.
Benefits: Flexible volunteer hours. Gain experience and skills for future career opportunities. Become part of an amazing team that saves countless lives. Please contact us about this opportunity and include a phone number that you may be reached at!
About Oklahoma Blood Institute Tulsa
4601 East 81st Street, Tulsa, OK 74137, US
To be the donor-to-patient lifeline, providing our communities & medical partners security by meeting transfusion & health care needs.
The Oklahoma Blood Institute is commited to the health of Oklahomans. For patients needing blood, it will be available and safety tested for transfusion. For blood donors, the Oklahoma Blood Institute performs a health screening and will recommend a consultation with the donor's private physician if screening results are of concern.
Oklahoma Blood Institute provides every drop of blood needed by patients in more than 150 medical facilities across the state. It is the ninth largest, non-profit blood center in America.
Annually, more than 200,000 donations are given by generous Oklahomans. Oklahoma Blood Institute employs nearly 700 staff and works with an estimated 1,000 volunteers and 2,600 drive coordinators to meet the medical needs of fellow Oklahomans - providing the life saving gift of blood in almost 90% of the states medical facilities.