Cancer patients, trauma victims, and critically ill newborns depend on a stable blood supply.
When you give blood, you give hope to hospital patients in our community.
More than 100 schools participate in our High School Program to build skills and earn scholarship funds.
Dr. Charles Drew's discoveries paved the way for us to save lives. Honor his legacy by giving blood.
Congratulations to first-time donor Susan Burns! Susan is headed to New Orleans for the Jazz & Dining trip!
Based on your blood type and where the need is greatest, there are many ways to give. Because of platelet donors, Elena is alive today.
When you partner with Memorial Blood Centers as a blood drive sponsor, you help save and sustain lives right here at home.
O negative is the universal blood type, which means it can be given to anyone in need like trauma victims or preemie babies.
Save time and complete your health history questionnaire on the day of your donation from the privacy of your home or office.
38% of the U.S. population are eligible to give blood, yet only 7% do.
Join our mission of saving lives.