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Seattle Mariners Pop Up Donor Center

UPDATE: If you gave blood during our ticket giveaway last year, please be assured that you will still receive tickets to a future game. Currently there is a limit to number of fans allowed at each game. We are working with the Mariners and as soon as tickets become available for our donors, we will be sending you a follow up email with a link to redeem your tickets.

 

Please click the Sign Up button below to check for available dates. Follow us on social media, @bloodworksnw, for announcements on when new dates are added.

Ellis Pavilion
T-Mobile Park
1250 1st Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98134 (Located on the street level, adjacent to 3rd Base Entry)
Entrance: 1st Ave and Edgar Martinez Drive, to the left of the Ken Griffey Jr Statue

The Seattle Mariners and Bloodworks Northwest were back for another inning of saving lives in the Pacific Northwest community! T-Mobile Park was once again be transformed into a Pop-Up Donor Center and provide an additional location to give blood. All donors will received Mariners ballpark giveaways including a Kyle Seager Bobblehead sponsored by ROOT SPORTS and Little League gear sponsored by Aquafina.

Fans are reminded that bags are not allowed inside the park. Donate in your Mariners gear and spread the word with #Together4SEA.
No walk-ins, guests, or people under age 16 are permitted onsite. Donors are asked to bring a mask to your donation.

What is a Pop-Up Blood drive?

In order to follow social distancing requirements we have temporarily cancelled mobile blood drives.  A popup is a temporary center that has the required space to ensure we can properly distance our staff and donors safely and per the CDC and FDA requirements. They are at least 1000 square feet and allow for our equipment to remain set up overnight for 4-6 weeks.

Partnership with Seattle Mariners

“This is an unprecedented time, but when there is a crisis, our community always comes together,” said former Mariners All-star catcher and Mariners Hall of Famer Dan Wilson, who was among the first to donate on Monday, April 13. “Giving blood is something we all can do to help to meet a critical need during this national emergency. My wife, Annie, and I are grateful for the opportunity to be able to assist in some small way. My hope is everyone who is able to give blood will sign up to donate at T-Mobile Park or at a Bloodworks center close to home.”

In solidarity, the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC, and Seattle Storm have all stepped up to the plate to provide extra assistance. Each of the teams have committed to hosting their own additional blood drive at T-Mobile Park. Inviting players, staff, friends and family for their team days, the additional drives will bring the total number to 1,600 potential donation appointments at the Pop-Up Blood Drives. Those donations would have otherwise been unavailable due to all the cancelled community drives.

Press Release: Seattle Sports Teams Unite With Bloodworks Northwest

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Special thanks to Lady 12’s for providing facemasks for our Bloodworks staff and donors at the Seahawks staff donor day!

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