Volunteers play a crucial role in helping Rhode Island Blood Center (RIBC) save lives each and every day. RIBC volunteers provide care, attention, and assistance to the many dedicated blood donors who roll up their sleeves to give the gift of life.
RIBC volunteers serve to educate and encourage the public to donate at schools, businesses and community organizations. High school and college volunteers can receive community service hours by hosting and volunteering at blood drives. Training is provided for all volunteer opportunities.
Available volunteer positions include serving refreshments at mobile drives, helping out with administrative services, welcoming and directing donors at donor centers, and driving for blood donation pick-up and delivery at mobile drives.
You’ll volunteer in a supportive, friendly environment, meet new people, and attend an annual recognition event to thank you for your hard work!
We have diverse volunteer opportunities that fit any schedule. Check out the requirements below.
- Volunteer candidates must be at least 16 years old.
- Company policy does not allow for court mandated community service volunteers.
- Volunteers cannot perform technical or clinical duties such as drawing, testing, or processing blood.
- All volunteer candidates must attend a volunteer orientation/training class.
- All volunteer candidates must successfully pass a pre-paid background screening.
- All volunteer candidates must be able to complete the tasks outlined in their volunteer assignments.
- Volunteers must be able to provide their own transportation to and from their assignments.
Volunteers must have a positive attitude, be reliable, and have a desire to provide excellent customer service to donors, staff, and fellow volunteers.