Donor Day celebrations provide a unique opportunity to bring together a group of people to donate blood at Memorial Blood Centers donor centers. These events are a great way to celebrate a special occasion, give back to the community, or honor a special person in your life.

Donor Days can be a great alternative to holding a blood drive, if you have a group interested in donating blood together. Depending on your group size, your Donor Day can take place over a few hours in one day, over a few days, or even the course of a month. Make your Donor Day unique by bringing decorations or treats, such as cake or balloons.

The process is easy

Memorial Blood Centers will help you through the simple process of planning your Donor Day.

  1. Gather a group of donors who are committed to giving blood at your Donor Day.
  2. Select your preferred date(s) and donor center location.
  3. Schedule your group appointments with a Donor Day respresentative, preferably at least two weeks ahead of your preferred date.
  4. Make your Donor Day unique by bringing decorations or treats, such as cake or balloons!

Your group will receive its own unique giving code—be sure to share this code with your group so they add it to their donor profile. This giving code help keep track of your donor day’s success!

New: Donor Day Results

We’ve gone paperless! Now your donors can assign themselves your event-specific code in their Hero Hub account so you can track how many generous friends, family, or coworkers gave in honor of your donor day, donor week, or donor month. Your Account Manager will help you set up this code and communicate instructions to donors.

Learn more

  • Call us at 888.448.3253 and ask to speak with the Donor Day representative to learn more and to schedule your Donor Day.
  • Donor Day Brochure

Please note: Memorial Blood Centers is taking additional precautions at all donation sites to ensure the safety of donors and staff, including a COVID-19 self-screening policy. We ask that all donors schedule appointments ahead of time, and donor beds may be spaced out to comply with social distancing.