From the beginning of 2019, many places will no longer accept a driver’s licence as a form of identification. However, the Blood Service still accepts driver’s licences to confirm donors’ identity.
When donating blood, donors must always confirm their identity.
You must have an official photo ID with you (passport, official identity card) or a driving licence (also professional competence card for professional transport is valid). A mobile driver’s licence is also suitable for confirming the donor's identity.
If you don't have a Finnish personal identity code on your ID you also have to bring an official document to verify it (e.g Kela card, or a certificate from a local register office or a tax office). Together they are a valid ID.