Give Blood, Save Lives

By giving blood, you are making a sacrifice that seems small to you but could be the difference between life and death for someone else.

Give Blood, Save Lives

Start time: 2018-06-14 08:00:00
End time: 2018-06-14 11:00:00

6/19/2018 1:25:03 PM

One blood, one hope. A unit of blood seems small to you, but towards mothers or patients who are facing with emergencies, it is hope for living.  

Each year our country needs a minimum of 1.8 million units of blood for treatment, whereas the blood supply is only about 50% of the need. It means there are still many patients who need blood donors.

On the occasion of World Blood Donor Day, Phu Hung Life in collaboration with the Red Cross, CarePlus Vietnam Clinics and other partners organize a Blood Donation Day, which aims to join hands with the community to ensure the blood supply for saving lives.

Time: 8:00 am – 11:00 am, 14/06/2018

Venue: CarePlus Clinic, Level 2, Crescent Plaza, 105 Ton Dat Tien, District 7, HCMC

Registration link:

(As we need time for preparation carefully, so please register before June, 13th)        


  • Benefits according to donation blood regimes
  • Enjoy tea-break during the blood donation
  • Get thank-you gifts from Stenders and Clarins - luxury cosmetics brands, porcelain glasses and health screening vouchers from CarePlus, etc., which is valued more than 1,000,000VND/set

With just a drop of blood, you can make a difference. GIVE BLOOD – SAVE LIVES

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