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Please take time to read below as our processes have changed. We will accept ONLINE donations for 2023 tax credits to the Arizona Military Family Relief Fund until we receive $1 million in tax credit donations. Any donations made after we receive $1 million in donations will be considered CHARITABLE DONATIONS, NOT TAX CREDIT DONATIONS. Please review the estimate of donations received below before donating.

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*If you have attended the meeting and have a WCBR account, please login before continuing. If you do not have a WCBR account, you can donate by completing the below guest registration form.

Thank you for your dedication to the Winter Conference on Brain Research. Your in-kind donations of time, energy, and intellect give this meeting its invigorating vibe. Your financial contributions in any dollar amount allow this meeting to weather the global pandemic and other catastrophes that may befall us. Every year, travel fellowships depend on your support. On occasion, endowment donations sustain memories of great neuroscientists who have gone before us. This year, submissions to a general fund will enable our meeting organization to maintain a strong financial footing in otherwise uncertain times. Please read below for more details on travel fellowships and endowments, then complete the form below to submit your much-appreciated donation.

Please use the information on this site as a general guide; an evaluation by a medical professional is the only way to determine blood donor eligibility. Before you donate for the first time, we recommend you read our Preparing to Donate page.

Thank you for your interest in making a donation to the Texas A&M Polo Club! We accept all kinds of donations including horses, tack, horse supplies, and polo equipment. Please read below for more information about donating to the club.

Is there something OneBlood can support you with? Please read through the list of frequently asked questions below. If you are still have a concern, please feel free to reach out to our Customer Service department by using the "Chat with Us" or by calling 1.888.9.DONATE (936.6283).

JOINRequested items: Tents, tarps, sleeping bags, coats, jackets, socks, hats, gloves, hand warmers. Please read below about temporary suspension of in-person drop off and see link to Amazon Wish List (also listed below) to order items and have them delivered directly to JOIN.Drop off hours: Temporarily suspended collecting donations in person as we monitor COVID-19 cases. Still accepting donations for survival gear via Amazon Wish List.Amazon Wish List

Blood Donation EligibilityYou may be wondering if you can donate blood. Donating blood is safe and easy to do. If you're in good health and meet the general eligibility criteria, then you are likely able to give blood. If you meet all eligibility criteria below, please schedule your appointment today to transform the lives of patients in need. If you've recently gotten a tattoo, traveled abroad or take medications and wonder if these affect your eligibility, please review how these might impact your eligibility.

Platelets help the blood to clot and are very important in surgery and for treating cancer patients. So demand is high for these little life-saving cells. But matching supply with demand is tough because platelets last just seven days (while red cells have a shelf-life of 35 days). Having regular donors of A-negative platelets is a huge help, so please consider signing up like Sam Hill - whose story you can read below.

Sam Hill, 24, an airline pilot from Leeds, has been donating blood for around six years and more recently platelets. His dad and younger brother (pictured with Sam, below) donate as well, and all three are A-negative!

Thank you for considering a gift of securities to the University of Washington. Donating appreciated securities to the University of Washington is easy; simply follow the step by step stock instructions (available in PDF download) and/or read below for more information.

If you have an infection, you should not donate blood and plasma. When taking medication for an infection, you may temporarily be unable to donate. Learn more about medications below. For additional information, please call to speak with one of our trained health professionals at 1 888 2 DONATE (1 888 236-6283).

You are eligible to donate as long as you are feeling well at the time of your appointment. Please remember to bring a list of any prescription and non-prescription medication with you to your appointment.

People taking oral or other forms of birth control, as well as some hormonal supplementation, are eligible to donate. Learn more about medications below. For additional information, please call to speak with one of our trained health professionals at 1 888 2 DONATE (1 888 236-6283).

You may be eligible to donate if you have been seizure-free for six (6) months. If you are taking medication to manage epilepsy, please consult our list of medications below or call to speak with one of our trained health professionals at 1 888 2 DONATE (1 888 236-6283) to discuss your eligibility.

PLEASE NOTE: When you sell a vehicle, you do not need to remove a lien from the certificate of title. You can give the original title and the original lien release to the buyer. If you want to get a lien free title, please read below for further instructions.

Thank you so much for your interest in financially supporting the Redwood City Public Library. The Library is incredibly fortunate to have three distinct 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations that each support various aspects of the work of the Library. You can review the descriptions below to find the organization that is most aligned with the elements of Library service you would like to support. Please feel free to contact the Library Director if you would like to learn more about our support groups or discuss where your gift can make the greatest impact.

Some occupations/hobbies, examples listed below, can increase the risk of injury should you become unwell after donating; therefore you should not donate today if, in the next 12 hours, you intend to participate in any of the following activities:

Donated items are needed. However, without thoughtful planning donated goods can further burden a community that is already in crisis. Knowing what is needed, where it is needed, and getting it there at the right time is the key. Critical needs change rapidly. Before collecting, confirm the need. 041b061a72

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