To ensure the safety of blood donation for both donors and recipients, all
volunteer blood donors must be evaluated to determine their eligibility to give
Students who donate at high school drives and donors 18 years of age or
younger must also meet additional height and weight requirements for whole
Age: 18 (16 and 17 year-olds can donate with a Minor Donor Permission Form ...
(different requirements for 16-22 year-olds – see Blood Donor Qualifications)
Donating blood is easy and our blood supply relies exclusively on the generosity
of volunteer blood donors. There is no substitute for human blood. Most people ...
Learn about the importance of giving blood and what types of blood donations
might ... height and weight requirements and is in good health can donate blood.
To schedule an appointment to donate blood, please call (302) 737-8400 or (888
) ... minimum eligibility requirements may give blood as often as every 56 days.
If you have a donor card (i.e., know your blood type and have given before), go to
the ... If you have any reason to believe you have AIDS, do not donate blood.
Most donors begin with giving whole blood and if they are eligible, they may be
able to choose automated donation. Eligibility and ... Basic requirements. To give
Donors giving blood ... Blood Pressure:Lower than 180/100 mmHg. ... Full
recovery after heart attack or stroke and no requirement for medication (e.g. ...
Donor Requirements. Individuals who want to donate whole blood or apheresis
must be: At least 16 years old (donors under the age of 17 may only donate ...