Questions and Answers about Coronavirus

COVID-19 Donor Project

Bloodworks Northwest is partnering with a research study of people who have been recovered from COVID-19 for at least 28 days. Your blood donation will provide medical researchers with critical information used to advance the development of potentially lifesaving and life-changing therapies and treatments for people affected by COVID-19. Participation in this program is not a treatment for your disease, and it will not result in any direct health benefit.

Donation is just 3 easy steps:

  1. Screening interview — to qualify you as a donor
  2. Schedule an appointment
  3. Donate

Once qualified as a donor, you may be invited to donate multiple times. Reimbursement is provided for your time and availability.

With more than 70 years of Northwest history sustaining the community blood supply, donors are assured that their donations will be safely performed by our knowledgeable staff under the direction of a physician — meeting the highest regulatory standards. Donating a blood sample for research is a way to help others, and to give back to your community.

COVID-19 Donor Project FAQ
COVID-19 Study Flyer
Plasmapheresis Donation Procedure

For any COVID-19 questions, please visit the CDC’s frequently asked questions list.

If you believe you qualify for this study, please click the “Do I Qualify?” button below and fill out the form. We will contact you as soon as possible by email or by phone.


Update: Thank you for your interest in donating Convalescent Plasma! Due to a high volume of responses, we will reach out to you as quickly as we are able. Please click on the “Do I Qualify?” button and fill out the form. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

By appointment only. Please contact us for donation locations.

Your gift of blood, time or money saves lives.