Every year on June 14, the World Blood Donor Day is commemorated all around the world.

This day was initially marked in 2005 to raise awareness of the importance of safe blood and blood products.

World Blood Donor Day is also observed to honor blood donors for their selfless, life-saving contributions.

World Blood Donor Day is part of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) global public health campaigns. Continue reading to learn about the subject, history, and significance of World Blood Donor Day 2021.

Every year, the World Health Organisation decides on a theme for World Blood Donor Day.

In 2020, the theme was, “Safe blood saves lives” with the slogan “Give blood and make the world a healthier place”.

This year, the theme of World Blood Donor Day 2021 is ‘Give blood and keep the world beating’. 

This theme emphasizes the importance of blood donation and how it can save lives all across the world.

This message is especially essential at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is claiming the lives of millions of people all across the world.

You can help by raising awareness about the benefits of blood donation.