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There is no deferral for COVID-19 vaccinations currently being administered in the U.S. and donors are not required to show status. Learn more about our Coronavirus Pandemic Response and COVID-19 Vaccinations. As part of the healthcare community, we are still requiring masks for donors, staff, volunteers and visitors to our facilities and blood drives but will provide updates if this changes. We will provide a mask for those who need one. Appointments are required but can be made the day of donation by contacting us at 800-747-5401.  

We're excited to announce that our organization is now officially named ImpactLife! Read more about our evolution here: www.bloodcenter.org/impactlife 

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Audrey's Story

Audrey

Audrey faced a life-threatening situation after giving birth to her son, Jaxson.

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Gladiators for Grayson

Grayson

When you give blood, your single donation truly counts for patients like Grayson, whose treatment relies on receiving regular blood transfusions – only available through volunteer blood donations from donors like you.

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Jamila nearly lost her life after the birth of her son. She received 32 units of blood products and discovered first-hand how important blood donors are. Now, Jamila works with us at the Blood Center to recruit blood donors and spread the message!

Jamila

Jamila nearly lost her life after the birth of her son. She received 32 units of blood products and discovered first-hand how important blood donors are. Now, Jamila works with us at the Blood Center to recruit blood donors and spread the message!

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Kale - Childhood Cancer Awareness

Kale

When Kale needed blood and platelet transfusions as part of his treatment, the blood products were there because of donors like you.

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"Because not only did I receive a massive blood transfusion to save my life, but Peyton and Parker – they received several. I can't even count how many.”

Stacey Skrysak

In 2013, Stacey and her husband, Ryan, were expecting triplets after years of infertility.

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