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To meet community needs and keep everyone safe, we’ve shifted from welcoming walk-ins to scheduled appointments only at all Bloodworks Centers and Pop-Up locations. Additionally, we’ve spaced out center appointments and no longer permit visitors and children under age 16 on-site. These measures ensure safe social distancing and a safe, controlled experience for all donors and staff. It’s important for donors to keep their appointments, and make future appointments to ensure blood stays available in our community as we weather this pandemic together. More Info On Covid-19

UPDATE: As of July 15, 2020, Bloodworks implemented new FDA blood donor eligibility guidance (April 2, 2020 Statement) supported by studies and epidemiologic data. The changes affect several blood donation criteria, such as travel, exposure risks and medications resulting in revised deferral periods for men who have sex with men (MSM); Variant Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease (vCJD or mad cow disease), tattoos/piercings, travel to malarial endemic areas, and others. If you were deferred in the past, please contact us at 800-398-7888 to determine your eligibility according to the new criteria. Read about the updates here. We applaud the FDA’s important step toward increasing opportunity to save lives and look forward to welcoming more people to join our team of lifesavers.

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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.

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What happens to my blood?

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

Your donation saves lives.

Blood donation gave her a life.

With the help of hundreds of blood donors and nearly 1,000 units of blood components, Elaine beat the odds and lived long enough to benefit from a new treatment for the disorder.

Donations and testing got him through.

After his liver failed, it took 23 units of blood and the support of the Blood Center’s Specialty Diagnostics Laboratories to sustain Gary Arvan through his liver transplant surgery.

Cord blood donation.

Lisa sat down with her son James and shared the news that the special blood from his birth was going to help save a little boy. “He knew just how serious the situation was.”

Your gift of blood, time or money saves lives.