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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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Enter to Win & Donate February 1 – 29

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Introducing our Donor Scheduling Portal!

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Enter to Win & Donate February 1 – 29

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Introducing our Donor Scheduling Portal!

What do I need to know?
What do I need to know?

Donating blood is a safe, simple process and each blood donation has the potential to save 3 lives.

What can I donate?
What can I donate?

There are several ways to donate, depending on what works best for you.

What happens to my blood?
What happens to my blood?

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

Follow @bloodworksnw on Instagram

  • Bring Where The Heart Lives to your school!

We’ve teamed up with @the_residency_ to bring music and community to schools around the PNW. And take it from us - it’s always a blast.

Check out the link in bio to get your school involved.

#BloodworksNW #TheResidency #Macklemore
  • Thank you for rolling up your sleeves! Your selfless act of giving blood is a beacon of hope in someone’s life.

#BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #ThankYou
  • As we begin 2024, there is still only one approved cure for Sickle Cell Disease - a stem cell transplant from umbilical cord blood or bone marrow. A patient needing a stem cell transplant must have a suitable match, and the best matches often come from someone who shares genetic ancestry.

Expectant parents delivering at participating hospitals around King County can donate their baby's umbilical cord blood through Bloodworks NW. These donations may be life-saving for a patient in need of a stem cell transplant!

Learn more about Cord Blood Donation at https://ow.ly/vlAJ50QxsE3

#BloodworksNW #CordBlood #SickleCell
  • Tattooed and generous? You can give blood!

If your ink is healed and was done in a state-regulated establishment, you're a candidate for saving lives. Roll up your sleeve - your unique gift of life is needed by local patients.

#BloodworksNW #BloodDonationEligibility #Tattoos
Bring Where The Heart Lives to your school! We’ve teamed up with @the_residency_ to bring music and community to schools around the PNW. And take it from us - it’s always a blast. Check out the link in bio to get your school involved. #BloodworksNW #TheResidency #Macklemore
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Thank you for rolling up your sleeves! Your selfless act of giving blood is a beacon of hope in someone’s life.

#BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #ThankYou
Thank you for rolling up your sleeves! Your selfless act of giving blood is a beacon of hope in someone’s life. #BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #ThankYou
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As we begin 2024, there is still only one approved cure for Sickle Cell Disease - a stem cell transplant from umbilical cord blood or bone marrow. A patient needing a stem cell transplant must have a suitable match, and the best matches often come from someone who shares genetic ancestry.

Expectant parents delivering at participating hospitals around King County can donate their baby's umbilical cord blood through Bloodworks NW. These donations may be life-saving for a patient in need of a stem cell transplant!

Learn more about Cord Blood Donation at https://ow.ly/vlAJ50QxsE3

#BloodworksNW #CordBlood #SickleCell
As we begin 2024, there is still only one approved cure for Sickle Cell Disease - a stem cell transplant from umbilical cord blood or bone marrow. A patient needing a stem cell transplant must have a suitable match, and the best matches often come from someone who shares genetic ancestry. Expectant parents delivering at participating hospitals around King County can donate their baby's umbilical cord blood through Bloodworks NW. These donations may be life-saving for a patient in need of a stem cell transplant! Learn more about Cord Blood Donation at https://ow.ly/vlAJ50QxsE3 #BloodworksNW #CordBlood #SickleCell
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Tattooed and generous? You can give blood!

If your ink is healed and was done in a state-regulated establishment, you're a candidate for saving lives. Roll up your sleeve - your unique gift of life is needed by local patients.

#BloodworksNW #BloodDonationEligibility #Tattoos
Tattooed and generous? You can give blood! If your ink is healed and was done in a state-regulated establishment, you're a candidate for saving lives. Roll up your sleeve - your unique gift of life is needed by local patients. #BloodworksNW #BloodDonationEligibility #Tattoos
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Follow @bloodworksnw on Instagram

  • Bring Where The Heart Lives to your school!

We’ve teamed up with @the_residency_ to bring music and community to schools around the PNW. And take it from us - it’s always a blast.

Check out the link in bio to get your school involved.

#BloodworksNW #TheResidency #Macklemore
  • Thank you for rolling up your sleeves! Your selfless act of giving blood is a beacon of hope in someone’s life.

#BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #ThankYou
  • As we begin 2024, there is still only one approved cure for Sickle Cell Disease - a stem cell transplant from umbilical cord blood or bone marrow. A patient needing a stem cell transplant must have a suitable match, and the best matches often come from someone who shares genetic ancestry.

Expectant parents delivering at participating hospitals around King County can donate their baby's umbilical cord blood through Bloodworks NW. These donations may be life-saving for a patient in need of a stem cell transplant!

Learn more about Cord Blood Donation at https://ow.ly/vlAJ50QxsE3

#BloodworksNW #CordBlood #SickleCell
  • Tattooed and generous? You can give blood!

If your ink is healed and was done in a state-regulated establishment, you're a candidate for saving lives. Roll up your sleeve - your unique gift of life is needed by local patients.

#BloodworksNW #BloodDonationEligibility #Tattoos
Bring Where The Heart Lives to your school! We’ve teamed up with @the_residency_ to bring music and community to schools around the PNW. And take it from us - it’s always a blast. Check out the link in bio to get your school involved. #BloodworksNW #TheResidency #Macklemore
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Thank you for rolling up your sleeves! Your selfless act of giving blood is a beacon of hope in someone’s life.

#BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #ThankYou
Thank you for rolling up your sleeves! Your selfless act of giving blood is a beacon of hope in someone’s life. #BloodworksNW #GiveBlood #ThankYou
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As we begin 2024, there is still only one approved cure for Sickle Cell Disease - a stem cell transplant from umbilical cord blood or bone marrow. A patient needing a stem cell transplant must have a suitable match, and the best matches often come from someone who shares genetic ancestry.

Expectant parents delivering at participating hospitals around King County can donate their baby's umbilical cord blood through Bloodworks NW. These donations may be life-saving for a patient in need of a stem cell transplant!

Learn more about Cord Blood Donation at https://ow.ly/vlAJ50QxsE3

#BloodworksNW #CordBlood #SickleCell
As we begin 2024, there is still only one approved cure for Sickle Cell Disease - a stem cell transplant from umbilical cord blood or bone marrow. A patient needing a stem cell transplant must have a suitable match, and the best matches often come from someone who shares genetic ancestry. Expectant parents delivering at participating hospitals around King County can donate their baby's umbilical cord blood through Bloodworks NW. These donations may be life-saving for a patient in need of a stem cell transplant! Learn more about Cord Blood Donation at https://ow.ly/vlAJ50QxsE3 #BloodworksNW #CordBlood #SickleCell
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Tattooed and generous? You can give blood!

If your ink is healed and was done in a state-regulated establishment, you're a candidate for saving lives. Roll up your sleeve - your unique gift of life is needed by local patients.

#BloodworksNW #BloodDonationEligibility #Tattoos
Tattooed and generous? You can give blood! If your ink is healed and was done in a state-regulated establishment, you're a candidate for saving lives. Roll up your sleeve - your unique gift of life is needed by local patients. #BloodworksNW #BloodDonationEligibility #Tattoos
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Your gift of blood, time or money saves lives.