Questions and Answers about Coronavirus

You’re the type to help save lives.

Every two seconds in the United States, someone needs blood. No matter who you are, you can help. Here are what types of blood we most urgently need right now.

What can I donate?

There’s a reason it’s referred to as lifeblood. It takes 1,000 donors a day to sustain a blood supply for patients in our community. There are a variety of ways for you to donate, depending on your blood type and preference.

Can’t currently donate blood?

We are an independent, community-based nonprofit organization. Support our life saving research with a financial gift. Or give your time and be a part of the lifesaving link that delivers blood to patients in need.

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.