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Find a Pop-Up Donor Center

Find your nearest Pop-Up Donor Center using the list or form below!

Traditional mobile & bus drives which account for 60% of our collections in the region have been canceled in order to follow social distancing recommendations. Our community partners are stepping up to turn their local spaces into Pop-Up Donor Centers that provide additional space and safety for our donors and staff. Find the nearest Pop-Up Donor Center below. Schedule today!

Oregon Pop-Ups

Pop-Up Donor Center Name City Sign-Up Link
Pop-Up @ Holiday Inn Express – Springfield Springfield, OR Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Aloft Hillsboro-Beaverton Beaverton, OR Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Courtyard by Marriott Hillsboro  Hillsboro, OR Sign Up

Washington Pop-Ups

Pop-Up Donor Center Name City Sign-Up Link
Pop-Up @ Bethany Lutheran Church Bainbridge Island, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Seattle Seahawks, CenturyLink Field Seattle, WA Sign Up 
Pop-Up @ Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Lake Stevens, WA Sign Up 
Pop-Up @ Our Lady of Guadalupe Seattle, WA Sign Up 
Pop-Up @ Seattle Repertory Theatre Seattle, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Holiday Inn Sequim Sequim, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Northshore Community  – Kirkland Kirkland, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Lacey, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Seattle Opera – Tagney Jones Hall Seattle, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ LDS Enumclaw Enumclaw, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Olympia Regional Learning Academy Olympia, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ First Baptist Church Puyallup, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Salem Lutheran Church Mt. Vernon  Mount Vernon, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ United Methodist Church-Queen Anne Seattle, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Edmonds Center for the Arts  Edmonds, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ LDS Burien – Seattle Stake Center Burien, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Camano Island, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ South Hill – Old Hot Yoga Studio Puyallup, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Snoqualmie City Hall Snoqualmie, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Lakewood Police Department Lakewood, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Microsoft Building 92 Redmond, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Rosehill Community Center Mukilteo, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ North Bothell Rental Hall Bothell, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Shelton Community @ Mason County Senior Activity Center Shelton, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ extra Slice – Factoria Bellevue, WA Sign Up
Pop Up @ Cornerstone Christian Fellowship  Redmond, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Columbia Tower Club Seattle, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Covington Esplanade Covington, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ The Bridge Church-Snohomish Snohomish, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Taproot Theatre Company Seattle, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Old Coldwater Creek Store Kent Kent, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ UW Medicine Lake Union Seattle, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Westminster Presbyterian Church Anacortes, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ NBK Bangor Chapel  Silverdale, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Boeing Factory Everett, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ UW Tower Seattle, WA Sign Up
Pop-Up @ Bellevue Arts Museum Bellevue, WA Sign Up

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Whole Blood

This is the quickest and most common way to donate blood. The process generally takes less than an hour. After the whole blood is collected, it is processed into 3 components: Red cells, platelets, and plasma. Hence the saying; "saving 3 lives with one donation." Learn More

Platelets

Platelets are blood cells that help control bleeding and are frequently transfused for cancer patients, transplants, open heart surgery, and traumatic injuries. Platelets have a shelf life of only 5 days so there is a continuous high demand for platelets from O+, A+, B+, and AB+ donors. This process takes approximately 70 minutes to 2 hours. Learn More

Plasma

Plasma is the fluid portion of blood that transports red blood cells, white cell, and platelets throughout the body. It is frequently needed for trauma patients, burn victims, and those fighting serious illness and injury. There is a continuous high demand for plasma from AB+ and AB- donors who are the universal donors for plasma. The process generally takes less than 90 min. Learn More

Double Red Cells

Red cells deliver oxygen to organs and tissue. Donating double red cells means your one donation can help 2 people. Red Cells are frequently used for surgery, organ transplants, cancer treatment, and people with life-threatening conditions. There is a continuous high demand for red cells from O-, A-, B-, and AB- donors. The process takes approximately 90 minutes to 2 hours. Learn More

Your gift of blood, time or money saves lives.