Antibody Testing: PLEASE NOTE WE ARE PROCESSING TEST RESULTS AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. Learn More

Offer extended!

Make a World of Difference

Give blood—in style! Donate in January and receive a limited-edition long-sleeve shirt as our thanks.

Convalescent Plasma Donation

Recovered from COVID-19?

Join the fight against COVID-19 and help others in need. Become a convalescent plasma donor.

DECEMBER 14 – JANUARY 31

Antibody Testing for COVID-19 now available

Memorial Blood Centers is testing all donations for antibodies to the COVID-19 virus.

Expanded Hours

Give back this season, at the mall!

We’ve partnered with Ridgedale Center to host pop-up blood drives on select days through the holidays!

National Blood Donor Month

In celebration, give blood and get a free coffee from Dunkin’—plus be entered to win coffee for a year!

Help save lives

Expanded hours

To increase capacity while maintaining social distancing, we have expanded hours at select donor centers.

Updated FDA Guidance

Updated FDA guidelines have reduced some deferral periods and may allow some previously deferred donors to now be eligible.

Donor Days

Donor Day celebrations bring together a group of people to donate blood at a Memorial Blood Centers donor center.

Right Type for Your Type

Every 2 seconds someone needs blood. Based on your blood type and where the need is greatest, there are many ways to give.

Type O- Blood

O negative is the universal blood type, which means it can be given to anyone in need like trauma victims or preemie babies.

Host a Blood Drive

When you partner with Memorial Blood Centers as a blood drive sponsor, you help save and sustain lives right here at home.

 

iDonate

Save time and complete your health history questionnaire on the day of your donation from the privacy of your home or office.

 

Donor Survey

Tell us about your donation experience! Please have your donation number available, located on the back of your Donor Care Guide.

 

Are you ready to help save lives?

38% of the U.S. population are eligible to give blood, yet only 7% do.