Donating blood is a gesture of solidarity ... It shows that you want to help improve the lives of those who suffer.
Blood is not reproducible in the laboratory but it is essential to life. Indispensable in first aid service and during surgeries to treat certain diseases, such as oncological procedures and transplant procedures.
We never know if we may need blood in the future, and the same goes for you. The availability of blood is a collective heritage of solidarity from which everyone can draw in times of need.
Donors who donate periodically, who volunteers, anonymous supporters, and those who help at no cost ... represent a guarantee for the health of those who receive and those who give.