Fight for Kaden blood drive, News (Windsor Minor Hockey Association)

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Sep 09, 2022 | admin | 338 views
Fight for Kaden blood drive
18 year old Kaden Lamont's life went from going to college, working, and playing hockey to being hospitalized for 30 days and given a diagnosis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia. On Feb. 17, after having blood tests performed, he was told to head to the hospital immediately. Upon arrival, he received a blood transfusion requiring 3 bags of blood.  Kaden and his family are forever grateful for Canadian Blood Services.

Donations will be accepted at

Windsor Donor Centre
3909 Grand Marais Rd E
Thursday, Oct 13
11:00 am - 7:00 pm

To book your appointment visit today 

To ensure that your group donation is a success we ask that you share the important information below and attached with your potential donors…

  • Donors must be 17 years or older, in good general health, meet our height and weight requirements and other eligibility requirements.
  • It’s important that all donors bring a government-issued ID (drivers license, health card, or passport) or their Canadian Blood Services ID.
  • It’s helpful for donors to bring a list of current medication (if applicable) as some varieties may interfere with the donation process.
  • Donors are highly encouraged to drink plenty of water and eat a salty snack before donating.
  • Interested donors can review the Donor Questionnaire on our website –
  • Any donors who have medical inquiries can call 1 888 2 DONATE (1 888 236-6283) and ask to speak to an information nurse.
Club 240
Founded by the late Jimmy Hogan, inductee into the Windsor-Essex County Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. Club 240 had its beginnings in 1960, when Jimmy’s kids started playing outdoor hockey at Memorial Park. At that time the only league operating indoors was Midget; the outdoor season was limited to only 7 or 8 games, as the city didn’t allow teams to go beyond the league into the Ontario Minor Hockey Association playdowns (OMHA).