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There are many ways to make a difference in your community.

You will be helping to save lives when you give time to Memorial Blood Centers. 

As a Memorial Blood Centers volunteer, you will be part of a truly volunteer-rich organization and directly impact the lives of your friends, neighbors, family, co-workers, or anyone in need of a life-saving gift of blood. Become a member of the Memorial Blood Centers volunteer team and you will join hundreds of other dedicated individuals—each with unique skills and talents—who annually share over 7,000 hours of time in ways that enhance the donation experience for our donors, provide service excellence to our hospital and community partners, and help make life possible for those in need. 

You can help us meet the needs of our hospital partners and the patients, donors, and communities we serve. To express your interest in volunteering, contact us or apply online today. 

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More ways to make a difference

  • Coordinate a Donor Day

    Donor Day celebrations are a unique opportunity to bring together co-workers, friends, family, or classmates to donate blood as a group at a donor center. Planning a Donor Day is simple and easy. Get started today!

  • Host a blood drive

    Host a blood drive at your business, community organization, civic club, or place of worship. Partner with Memorial Blood Centers to connect your group of 20 or more volunteer donors with those in need of their live-saving gift.

  • Give blood

    The need for blood is constant. The supply is not. Become a regular blood donor and invite others to donate, too. Friends, family, neighbors, and others throughout our community are depending on you. Schedule an appointment to donate blood now.

  • Make a financial gift

    Pay tribute to a loved one, honor a special birthday, attend a fundraiser, or include Memorial Blood Centers in your estate planning. Just as the community depends on us for a readily available blood supply, we rely on the financial generosity of individuals, corporations, and foundations to support our mission. Learn more about how to give a financial gift.