Due to a decrease in donations after Labor Day Weekend and a spike in patient need, we are urging all eligible volunteer donors, especially Type O (Rh-positive or Rh-negative), to donate now. Additional platelet donations are also needed this week.
Please contact the Blood Center to schedule a time to give at a donor center or mobile blood drive near you as soon as possible. Call (800) 747-5401, or schedule online at www.bloodcenterimpact.org or via our Blood Center Impact App. Thank you!
Blood Center joins effort to identify donors who can provide extremely rare units of blood for pediatric cancer patient in Florida.
Multiple blood drives cancelled due to winter storm; donors urgently needed to make up for lost donations in lead-up to Thanksgiving holiday.
“Until a cure is found, blood donations are helping people like me live their best life.” September is Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month.
MVRBC is supporting blood providers in the region affected by Hurricane Florence. Donations needed to ensure strong supply for local hospitals and hurricane region.
Every day the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center is working to save lives, and right now it's looking for more people to join its lifesaving mission: through a job opportunity, as a volunteer, or by donating blood to help patients in need.
In light of recent media reports on the blood supply, we have issued the following statement to inform the public on the status of blood inventories for hospitals served by our Blood Center.
DONORS NEEDED to support blood supply through week of Fourth of July. Urgent need to increase donations before and after mid-week holiday.
Decrease in donations means donors are needed to avoid shortfall in blood supply. Learn about MVRBC's "100 Days of Summer."
U.S. Rep. and frequent blood donor Cheri Bustos will visit MVRBC's Moline Donor Center today as part of this week's celebration of World Blood Donor Day.
During the 100 Days of Summer, every day, every donor, every patient: counts! Click for info on $5 gift card vouchers, double point days, and the need for more donors through the summer months.
Blood Center offers donors red, white, and blue "Give to Live" T-shirt in lead-up to Memorial Day Weekend.
Blood Center to host inaugural "Corpuscle Shuffle" 5K and 1-mile run/walk on Sat., April 28.
Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center Earns FDA Approval for Interstate Distribution of Pathogen Reduced Platelets
Extreme cold and winter weather has slowed the blood supply's recovery from the holidays. Blood Center seeks donors to help meet patient need.