Questions and Answers about Coronavirus

Community Partnerships

Pop-Up Donor Center at University of Washington

Bloodworks encourages individuals at higher risk for serious illness to follow CDC recommendations. All donors are required to wear masks to their donation appointment. No walk-ins, guests, or people under age 16 are permitted onsite.

What is a Pop-Up Donor Center?

In order to follow social distancing requirements we have temporarily cancelled mobile blood drives.  A Pop-Up 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 generally 4-6 weeks.

In Partnership with Bloodworks Northwest

The Bloodworks Northwest relies heavily on the continued support from University of Washington students , faculty and staff to keep our blood supply adequate and stable. There is simply no substitute for blood and 900 donors are needed every day. Because of your support we are able to help patients in local area hospitals and medical centers, such as UWMC, Harborview, Children’s Hospital with your lifesaving gift.

We invite you to donate blood at any of these campus locations. Give time. Give Blood. And bring a friend to double your impact!

Have any questions? Contact us.

Student Incentive Program
Bloodworks Northwest is offering a Student Incentive Program to students, parents, and teachers to aid in the recruitment of blood donors to Pop-Up locations and Donor Centers this school year. We have Scholarship and Fundraiser opportunities! Learn more!

Your gift of blood, time or money saves lives.