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!
Donors urged to give to support blood supply through the holidays. Help make up for losses due to extreme cold. Free long-sleeve T-Shirts for presenting donors!
Season of Giving: Blood center promotions for Thanksgiving and Black Friday include $500 gift card drawing; donors needed to boost supply through holiday weekend
Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center will hold a ribbon-cutting for its new Donor Center in West Davenport at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, November 22.
MVRBC now testing donations for Zika Virus; New testing platform established ahead of November 18 FDA deadline
We've selected the winner of our "Summer Road Trip" drawing for a new Ford Fiest. Congrats to Crick VanSpeybroeck of East Moline, Ill., and thank you to Lindquist Ford / Clinton Auto Group!
Blood Center needs additional donations to help support patient needs as Hurricane Matthew approaches southeast
Blood Center selects winner of "Summer Road Trip" drawing for a new Ford Fiesta. Thank you to all who supported the blood supply through the summer months!
Blood Center has immediate need for platelet donors and type O-negative whole blood donors due to increased utilization of these components.
Officials at Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center (MVRBC) are working to implement a new laboratory test for Zika Virus by Nov. 18, as required by U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
This week, MVRBC asks donors, “Do you bleed black and gold, or cardinal and gold?” T-Shirts offered at select locations ahead of Saturday's Iowa v. Iowa State football game.
MVRBC ships red blood cells to The Blood Center in New Orleans to support region impacted by severe flooding; Donors needed to ensure ability to respond to ongoing crisis in region
Blood Center responds to mosquito-borne transmission of Zika Virus in south Florida. Donors now to be asked about travel to Miami-Dade and Broward. Counties.
Students from Quad-City area high schools will take part in next Monday's “High School Challenge” blood drive, set for Monday, July 18 at Northpark and Southpark malls.
Special thank you gifts planned at mobile blood drives and Donor Centers.
With nine locations and two days of giving, the KSHE Summer Blood Drive is our biggest of the year. STL region donors, join us July 8-9!