Vampire Cup Toolkit 2019-2021


Vampire Cup Toolkit 2019-2021


The Vampire Cup campaign is an international blood donation drive. Many people would not be alive today if donors had not generously given their blood.


How the vampire Cup was born? 

The Vampire Cup was first organized by the National Australian Pharmaceutical Students’ Association (NAPSA) in 2006-2007. It is a blood donation competition between local associations. Pharmacy students donate their blood at the Australian Red Cross Blood Service blood bank or at a donation bus provided by the Red Cross on the university campus. At the end of the event, the total amount of blood donated is reported to the NAPSA executive by its local associations. The winner is announced during their national event, the NAPSA Congress.

   IPSF saw great potential in this event and, with the approval of NAPSA, the Vampire Cup was launched globally.     Now, Vampire Cup is an international blood donation competition amongst all the IPSF associations as the only     official campaign for Humanitarian and Human Rights


>>> Live Vampire Cup Tracker Form <<<

>>> Regular Vampire Cup Tracker Form <<< 

>>> Individual Vampire Cup Tracker Form <<<


>>>Photo frame<<<

>>>Donors FAQS Flash Cards<<<

>>> Pre donation flyer<<<

>>> Post donation flyer<<<

>>> Responsibilities and Rights <<<

>>> Read Me <<<

>>> Vampire Cup Booklet (Updated) <<<

>>> Vampire Cup FAQ (Updated) <<<

>>> Q&A COVID-19 <<<