On your first donation, you are considered an applicant donor. After your second donation, if you pass all screening steps and your test results from the first and second donations are acceptable, you become a qualified donor.
After each donation, your compensation will be sent to you. A qualified donor can donate plasma twice in every 7 days period at the most. You will receive $30 & up to $60 per donation.
On the first donation of the week
Up to $60
On the second donation of the week
Canadian Plasma Resources is looking for healthy donors who:
- are between 17 and 68 years of age.
- weigh between 50 kg to 180 kg.
- have a permanent address within 100 kilometres of a Canadian Plasma Resources facility.
- present valid photo identification, proof of address, social insurance card.
- qualify to donate. This involves a process that includes a questionnaire, an interview, a medical examination and testing on two separate occasions within a 26-week period.
- Have not had a tattoo or piercing done in the past 12 months
- Have not donated blood in the past 56 days
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