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Urgent! Donors Needed, Especially Type O and Platelets.

Find a center or drive near you. Same day appointments available. Book today.

New Era of Blood Donation Eligibility is Here

Read about the new U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) individual donor assessment guidance for all blood donors. Learn more.

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What Do I Need to Know?

Donating blood is safe, easy, and save lives.

What Can I Donate?

Let’s find the best donation for you and your blood type.

What Does My Blood Do?

As soon as it’s collected, your blood works to save local lives.

Home

What Do I Need to Know?

Donating blood is safe, easy, and save lives.

What Can I Donate?

Let’s find the best donation for you and your blood type.

What Does My Blood Do?

As soon as it’s collected, your blood works to save local lives.

Lives Touched by Blood Donation

Briar: Tiny Girl, Big Fight

“We began to see blood transfusions as her elixir of life – Something that’s necessary for her health and strength.”

Isaac: The Right Side of 50/50

“Without that person’s blood, he could not have survived. That act of kindness, as a parent, as a person, there just aren’t enough thank yous.”

Julius: Seventh-Grade Survivor

“Julius’s life saving transplants simply wouldn’t be possible without the blood and platelets that Bloodworks donors give every day.”

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  • Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. with approximately 6 million people being treated each year. Blood and platelet transfusions during cancer treatments help repair and replace blood cells damaged by chemotherapy. Turn your support into action by donating blood.

Not everyone who has had skin cancer is deferred from donating blood. It depends on the type of skin cancer and treatment. For example, those who've recovered from successful treatment for squamous or basal cell skin cancer may be eligible if it's been 12 months. Contact us to determine your eligibility to donate at 800-398-7888.

#BloodworksNW #DonateBlood #SkinCancer
  • Your blood donations directly impact patients in our community. Here is one of the thousands of recipients who are thankful for your blood donations.

"Thank you so much for helping and taking time out of your life to donate to me! I am so glad people use their time to help and keep others alive!"

- Thankful Recipient

#BloodworksNW #1000THANKYOUs #DonateBlood
  • Stop the Bleed is a national campaign that started in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings in 2012. It's designed to empower bystanders to be prepared to stop the bleeding by learning basic lifesaving techniques of applying pressure to the wound, learning to use a tourniquet, and alerting 911. Bloodworks Northwest actively participates in this program to help our community be ready to save lives. Comment below if you want to be a part of Stop the Bleed. 

#BloodworksNW #StopTheBleed
  • Memorial Day weekend is when our region’s trauma centers see an increased need for blood and platelets. Known as the 100 deadliest days, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day is when fatal crashes increase dramatically. There is a critical need for universal Type O donors, which can be transfused to anyone in an emergency. 

Schedule your lifesaving donation at the link in bio. 

#BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #100DeadliestDays
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. with approximately 6 million people being treated each year. Blood and platelet transfusions during cancer treatments help repair and replace blood cells damaged by chemotherapy. Turn your support into action by donating blood.

Not everyone who has had skin cancer is deferred from donating blood. It depends on the type of skin cancer and treatment. For example, those who've recovered from successful treatment for squamous or basal cell skin cancer may be eligible if it's been 12 months. Contact us to determine your eligibility to donate at 800-398-7888.

#BloodworksNW #DonateBlood #SkinCancer
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. with approximately 6 million people being treated each year. Blood and platelet transfusions during cancer treatments help repair and replace blood cells damaged by chemotherapy. Turn your support into action by donating blood. Not everyone who has had skin cancer is deferred from donating blood. It depends on the type of skin cancer and treatment. For example, those who've recovered from successful treatment for squamous or basal cell skin cancer may be eligible if it's been 12 months. Contact us to determine your eligibility to donate at 800-398-7888. #BloodworksNW #DonateBlood #SkinCancer
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Your blood donations directly impact patients in our community. Here is one of the thousands of recipients who are thankful for your blood donations.

"Thank you so much for helping and taking time out of your life to donate to me! I am so glad people use their time to help and keep others alive!"

- Thankful Recipient

#BloodworksNW #1000THANKYOUs #DonateBlood
Your blood donations directly impact patients in our community. Here is one of the thousands of recipients who are thankful for your blood donations. "Thank you so much for helping and taking time out of your life to donate to me! I am so glad people use their time to help and keep others alive!" - Thankful Recipient #BloodworksNW #1000THANKYOUs #DonateBlood
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Stop the Bleed is a national campaign that started in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings in 2012. It's designed to empower bystanders to be prepared to stop the bleeding by learning basic lifesaving techniques of applying pressure to the wound, learning to use a tourniquet, and alerting 911. Bloodworks Northwest actively participates in this program to help our community be ready to save lives. Comment below if you want to be a part of Stop the Bleed. 

#BloodworksNW #StopTheBleed
Stop the Bleed is a national campaign that started in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings in 2012. It's designed to empower bystanders to be prepared to stop the bleeding by learning basic lifesaving techniques of applying pressure to the wound, learning to use a tourniquet, and alerting 911. Bloodworks Northwest actively participates in this program to help our community be ready to save lives. Comment below if you want to be a part of Stop the Bleed. #BloodworksNW #StopTheBleed
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Memorial Day weekend is when our region’s trauma centers see an increased need for blood and platelets. Known as the 100 deadliest days, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day is when fatal crashes increase dramatically. There is a critical need for universal Type O donors, which can be transfused to anyone in an emergency. 

Schedule your lifesaving donation at the link in bio. 

#BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #100DeadliestDays
Memorial Day weekend is when our region’s trauma centers see an increased need for blood and platelets. Known as the 100 deadliest days, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day is when fatal crashes increase dramatically. There is a critical need for universal Type O donors, which can be transfused to anyone in an emergency. Schedule your lifesaving donation at the link in bio. #BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #100DeadliestDays
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Follow @bloodworksnw on Instagram

  • Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. with approximately 6 million people being treated each year. Blood and platelet transfusions during cancer treatments help repair and replace blood cells damaged by chemotherapy. Turn your support into action by donating blood.

Not everyone who has had skin cancer is deferred from donating blood. It depends on the type of skin cancer and treatment. For example, those who've recovered from successful treatment for squamous or basal cell skin cancer may be eligible if it's been 12 months. Contact us to determine your eligibility to donate at 800-398-7888.

#BloodworksNW #DonateBlood #SkinCancer
  • Your blood donations directly impact patients in our community. Here is one of the thousands of recipients who are thankful for your blood donations.

"Thank you so much for helping and taking time out of your life to donate to me! I am so glad people use their time to help and keep others alive!"

- Thankful Recipient

#BloodworksNW #1000THANKYOUs #DonateBlood
  • Stop the Bleed is a national campaign that started in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings in 2012. It's designed to empower bystanders to be prepared to stop the bleeding by learning basic lifesaving techniques of applying pressure to the wound, learning to use a tourniquet, and alerting 911. Bloodworks Northwest actively participates in this program to help our community be ready to save lives. Comment below if you want to be a part of Stop the Bleed. 

#BloodworksNW #StopTheBleed
  • Memorial Day weekend is when our region’s trauma centers see an increased need for blood and platelets. Known as the 100 deadliest days, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day is when fatal crashes increase dramatically. There is a critical need for universal Type O donors, which can be transfused to anyone in an emergency. 

Schedule your lifesaving donation at the link in bio. 

#BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #100DeadliestDays
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. with approximately 6 million people being treated each year. Blood and platelet transfusions during cancer treatments help repair and replace blood cells damaged by chemotherapy. Turn your support into action by donating blood.

Not everyone who has had skin cancer is deferred from donating blood. It depends on the type of skin cancer and treatment. For example, those who've recovered from successful treatment for squamous or basal cell skin cancer may be eligible if it's been 12 months. Contact us to determine your eligibility to donate at 800-398-7888.

#BloodworksNW #DonateBlood #SkinCancer
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. with approximately 6 million people being treated each year. Blood and platelet transfusions during cancer treatments help repair and replace blood cells damaged by chemotherapy. Turn your support into action by donating blood. Not everyone who has had skin cancer is deferred from donating blood. It depends on the type of skin cancer and treatment. For example, those who've recovered from successful treatment for squamous or basal cell skin cancer may be eligible if it's been 12 months. Contact us to determine your eligibility to donate at 800-398-7888. #BloodworksNW #DonateBlood #SkinCancer
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Your blood donations directly impact patients in our community. Here is one of the thousands of recipients who are thankful for your blood donations.

"Thank you so much for helping and taking time out of your life to donate to me! I am so glad people use their time to help and keep others alive!"

- Thankful Recipient

#BloodworksNW #1000THANKYOUs #DonateBlood
Your blood donations directly impact patients in our community. Here is one of the thousands of recipients who are thankful for your blood donations. "Thank you so much for helping and taking time out of your life to donate to me! I am so glad people use their time to help and keep others alive!" - Thankful Recipient #BloodworksNW #1000THANKYOUs #DonateBlood
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Stop the Bleed is a national campaign that started in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings in 2012. It's designed to empower bystanders to be prepared to stop the bleeding by learning basic lifesaving techniques of applying pressure to the wound, learning to use a tourniquet, and alerting 911. Bloodworks Northwest actively participates in this program to help our community be ready to save lives. Comment below if you want to be a part of Stop the Bleed. 

#BloodworksNW #StopTheBleed
Stop the Bleed is a national campaign that started in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings in 2012. It's designed to empower bystanders to be prepared to stop the bleeding by learning basic lifesaving techniques of applying pressure to the wound, learning to use a tourniquet, and alerting 911. Bloodworks Northwest actively participates in this program to help our community be ready to save lives. Comment below if you want to be a part of Stop the Bleed. #BloodworksNW #StopTheBleed
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Memorial Day weekend is when our region’s trauma centers see an increased need for blood and platelets. Known as the 100 deadliest days, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day is when fatal crashes increase dramatically. There is a critical need for universal Type O donors, which can be transfused to anyone in an emergency. 

Schedule your lifesaving donation at the link in bio. 

#BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #100DeadliestDays
Memorial Day weekend is when our region’s trauma centers see an increased need for blood and platelets. Known as the 100 deadliest days, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day is when fatal crashes increase dramatically. There is a critical need for universal Type O donors, which can be transfused to anyone in an emergency. Schedule your lifesaving donation at the link in bio. #BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #100DeadliestDays
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