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UCCAI is supporting a blood drive on behalf of the Lindon, Utah Community and Quinn Danielson - a 5 year old recently diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma.

UCCAI will be there from 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, 2024.

Please consider participating and joining us there as a Chapter.

Please sign up for a time to donate blood HERE or you can show up that day and join us as a Chapter to offer our support to the family and community. You can let us know you are coming by REGISTERING - we would love to see you!


Lindon Utah West Stake Center

250 West 600 South

Lindon, Utah

We look forward to meeting with you there and showing our combined support.

Thank you for your generosity...Every donation counts!

See the attached flyer for more information about Quinn Danielson and the great need for blood donations.

Blood Drive in Support of Quinn Danielson


Donor Eligibility.pdfdownload
Why You Should Donate Blood.pdfdownload
The Donation Process.pdfdownload
Flyer for Quinn Danielson.jpgdownload


Lindon Utah West Stake Center

250 West 600 South
Lindon, Utah

If you have any questions please contact Utah Chapter Community Associations Institute

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Donating Blood

Reasons for donating blood from a Registered Nurse's point of view.

Volume and antibody profiles.

Antibody: When matching a patient for a blood transfusion, you match blood type (A, B, AB, O -/+) and antibody profile. Everyone has antibodies present in their blood. Some antibodies work well together, others do not, and the recipient will have an allergic reaction, or their antibodies will attack the donor's blood. This profile becomes more complicated with pregnancy, and each transfusion received. Chronically ill patients who have received multiple transfusions can be very difficult to match. Cancer patients require blood that is absent of specific antibodies.

Volume: We need more blood; this issue is always present in the medical industry. A higher volume of donations allows us to match those more difficult profiles.