BloodAid owned by BloodAid Society is an endeavor to create a bridge between Voluntary blood donors & those who are in need of blood for an easy, genuine & quick access in times of need . We are committed to protecting the privacy of information provided by visitors to our website.
This website is open to the public. All volunteer donors have the option to register their information with bloodaid.com or bloodaid.net or bloodaid.org. Never will we be able to guarantee the accuracy of the information provided by the registered donor – whom we do not know directly. We provide this service to serve our community in a better way. The information gathered depends on website involved and portion of site being visited. The username, name, contact number, email Id are added by donors so that fast response can be delivered to the recipient in need of blood. Only the name, blood group, email ID, and contact number of the donor from a particular location will be displayed in the website. For password protected areas; we collect info like username, date, etc. In other areas, we record info that is affirmatively provided to us. Sometimes, we will have to collect your personal information in order to help you to receive or donate blood. In those cases, we will have to share such information on a limited basis with a third party to help us process fast delivery of blood to the recipient. For general visitors, cookies and other tools are used for information collection about the visits of users; like pages viewed and length of visit. Except for limited cases, we do not try to identify using specific IP address. Cookies track your visit to bloodaid.com & bloodaid.net & bloodaid.org and never collect any other data about web usage of yours.
@BloodAid Thanks, it worked.
They’re trustworthy and efficient. They verify blood requests. I’ve donated once – Feel good Factor. Save a life if you can.
Operation success, thanks for your timely support and help showed to my sister.
To pull together people willing to donate blood to help complete strangers out.Just shows that there still are compassionate people willing to donate their time and energy.. and bloodaid has made it easier than ever to find those people
If there’s one account that you must follow to do some good, it is @BloodAid I donated twice in response to appeals.
Blood-Aid helped us locate people who otherwise would have been out of reach for us to donate blood. It’s a great source to spread the word and locate help during times of need and also helps in finding donations for rare blood groups.