We have an immediate need for all negative blood types, especially Type O. Please contact the Blood Center to schedule a time to donate at a Donor Center or mobile blood drive as soon as possible. Call (800) 747-5401, or look up blood drive information on line at www.bloodcenterIMPACT.org. Thank you!
Give blood this holiday season and you could win a $1000 gift card or other great prizes. Donors needed to ensure a stable blood supply through the holidays.
Iowa City Area donors who give blood at Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center's Iowa City Donor Center the week of Nov. 24 will receive special incentives and thank you items from local supporters.
Blood Center thanks Veterans for service to country and community; Ongoing commitment to public service supports our mission
Operating with an abundance of caution, Blood Center asks donors with verified exposure to Ebola Virus Disease to refrain from donation for 28-days.
Labor of Love: Donors Needed to maintain blood supply in the days surrounding Labor Day. Free T-Shirts and drawings for all presenting donors!
Michael Parejko named Chief Executive Officer of Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center
MVRBC issues call to prospective blood donors regarding the immediate need for donations to ensure the Blood Center's ability to meet patient needs. Call (800) 747-5401 to schedule.
High School Challenge blood drive set for July 21; Students support blood supply, win prizes and compete for $500 in donations to Student Hunger Drive
Blood donors needed in lead-up to Independence Day; O-Negative blood supply especially low; "Save Our Summer" T-Shirts for all presenting donors!
As summer heats up, the blood supply drops. That's why MVRBC is thanking all presenting donors with a free T-Shirt June 22 - July 12 and entry in a prize drawing for amusement park tickets.
MVRBC proudly supports Quad Cities Komen Race for the Cure. Congrats on 25 years! See article for info on our Race for the Cure gift basket.
MVRBC urges everyone to take time to honor the commitment of those serve in the U.S. Armed Services during the upcoming holiday weekend.
David Green, Chief Executive Officer of Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center (MVRBC) since 1999, has announced plans to resign his position at MVRBC