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 on line at www.bloodcenterIMPACT.org. Thank you.
We will close our Davenport Donor Center at 2 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 29 due to a winter storm affecting the Quad Cities Region. The Center will re-open Saturday with normal hours.
A group of Quad Cities high school students is helping MVRBC organize the “Season of Giving" Blood Drive on Thursday, Dec. 21 at Northpark Mall.
Blood Center thanks donors with choice of long-sleeve "Lifesaver" T-Shirt or gift cards during "Season of Giving."
A Central Illinois Community Blood Center donor will be honored Sat., Oct. 28 with induction into the Fresenius Kabi Donation Hall of Fame.
U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis commented on the importance of blood donation after giving today at Central Illinois Community Blood Center in Springfield, Ill.
Blood donors are stepping forward in Las Vegas and around the country after last night's deadly shooting on the Las Vegas strip.
Blood Centers of America thanks donors for helping respond to disasters in Texas and Florida.
We are supporting platelet needs in the region impacted by Hurricane Irma. Click for info on our shipments to Florida and learn how to help!
Why does a hurricane impact the blood supply? Click here for info!
MVRBC will ship blood components to Texas on Monday, Aug. 28, and will need to schedule as many donors as possible to continue joining this national effort to support the blood supply in Texas.
Announcing Blood Center IMPACT, our new mobile app for blood donors. Use for online scheduling, to track wellness info, and more!
We are experiencing a temporary phone outage at some of our Iowa locations. Please use (866) 448-3253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
June 14 is World Blood Donor Day!
Blood Center asks Donors to Help "Save Our Summer" -- Offering $10 Gift Cards at Donor Centers and $2500 Monthly Travel Drawing
Blood Center seeks volunteers to “Step Up to the Plate,” provide lifesaving donations for local hospitals