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YOU'RE OUR TYPE!

No matter what your blood type is, chances are you’re a great match for people in need.

Register to Donate

YOU'RE IN DEMAND!  Blood donation is always needed — not just when there’s a major emergency. Patients in our community in need of lifesaving transfusions and blood therapies are counting on you to help keep our local blood banks well stocked with all types of blood.

First, make your appointment online.

NOTE: We’re taking extra precautions to ensure the health of our donors and staff by requiring masks, and following COVID-19 health and safety guidelines at our donation facilities.

When you arrive for your appointment, you’ll sign in and Community Blood Center staff will ask you a few health questions. Then you’ll have a few basic physical screening checks done including:
• Blood Pressure
• Pulse
• Temperature

This is all to ensure you’re healthy enough to donate and just takes a few minutes.
When your screening shows you meet donation requirements you’ll head to the donor room to meet the phlebotomist who will draw your blood.

Then, for the next ten minutes or so, you just get to relax and know you’re making a big difference for someone in our community.
(And yes. You do get a snack after.)

Need more info? Check out additional donation details 
here.


It’s ok if you’re nervous

“My father fought leukemia for 3 months, and during that time needed at least 24 transfusions to stay alive. He took me to my first blood drive when I was 19, and I have been a regular donor for years, but after he got sick I have tried to give every 8 weeks.”

Jill Moore Donor

Over age 17 (or 16 with signed parental consent)

In general good health

Weigh at least 110 pounds

If you aren’t sure if you meet the criteria, contact Community Blood Center at 937-461-3220 or consult your physician.


IMPORTANT: If you are currently experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please contact your physician. Community Blood Center cannot diagnose COVID-19.

If you can answer “Yes” to these questions, you may be eligible to donate CCP:

If you aren’t sure if you meet the criteria, contact Community Blood Center at 937- 461-3220 or consult your physician.


IMPORTANT: If you are currently experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please contact your physician. Community Blood Center cannot diagnose COVID-19.

If you can answer “Yes” to these questions, you may be eligible to donate CCP:

Find out if you're eligible

Find out if you're eligible

Do you meet general requirements for blood donation (including not being on medication from the medication deferral list)?

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Donor Safety
Community Blood Center is taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of donors and staff by implementing social distancing measures and increased infection control protocols. Prior to donation, all blood donors will have their temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and hemoglobin levels checked to ensure their well-being and eligibility to donate. COVID-19 is not known to be transmitted by transfusion of blood and blood components.

Visit givingblood.org to learn more.

About Community Blood Center
Founded in September 1964, Community Blood Center (CBC) is a quality, ethical provider of blood components, laboratory services, transfusion medicine and therapeutic blood services to assure a safe and adequate blood supply. CBC strives to achieve the highest standards in serving donors, medical communities, and patients. 


CBC is a 501(c) 3, not-for-profit, tax-exempt corporation.

YOU'RE IN DEMAND!  Blood donation is always needed — not just when there’s a major emergency. Patients in our community in need of lifesaving transfusions and blood therapies are counting on you to help keep our local blood banks well stocked with all types of blood.


Donating blood is simple. What's more, when you do it you get to find out some things about yourself you might not already know like your blood type, and whether you’re a universal donor.

“My father fought leukemia for 3 months, and during that time needed at least 24 transfusions to stay alive. He took me to my first blood drive when I was 19, and I have been a regular donor for years, but after he got sick I have tried to give every 8 weeks.”

Jill Moore Donor

About Community Blood Center
Founded in September 1964, Community Blood Center (CBC) is a quality, ethical provider of blood components, laboratory services, transfusion medicine and therapeutic blood services to assure a safe and adequate blood supply. CBC strives to achieve the highest standards in serving donors, medical communities, and patients. 


CBC is a 501(c) 3, not-for-profit, tax-exempt corporation.

Donor Safety
Community Blood Center is taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of donors and staff by implementing social distancing measures and increased infection control protocols. Prior to donation, all blood donors will have their temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and hemoglobin levels checked to ensure their well-being and eligibility to donate. COVID-19 is not known to be transmitted by transfusion of blood and blood components.

A healthy blood supply is vital to our community. 
Visit givingblood.org to learn more.

Here’s how it works

First, make your appointment online.

NOTE: We’re taking extra precautions to ensure the health of our donors and staff by requiring masks, and following COVID-19 health and safety guidelines at our donation facilities.

When you arrive for your appointment, you’ll sign in and Community Blood Center staff will ask you a few health questions. Then you’ll have a few basic physical screening checks done including:

• Blood Pressure
• Pulse
• Temperature

This is all to ensure you’re healthy enough to donate and just takes a few minutes.
When your screening shows you meet donation requirements you’ll head to the donor room to meet the phlebotomist who will draw your blood.

Then, for the next ten minutes or so, you just get to relax and know you’re making a big difference for someone in our community.
(And yes. You do get a snack after.)

Need more info? Check out additional donation details 
here.

Register to Donate

Make plans to meet-up again

Donors can give blood every eight weeks. Community Blood Center makes it easy.
 
You can schedule your next donation while you’re on-site, and we’ll send you a few reminders via email or text too. (But don’t worry — we won’t blow up your phone with messages.)
 
Encourage your friends to donate with you, or go bigger by 
hosting a blood drive.

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YOU'RE IN DEMAND!  Blood donation is always needed — not just when there’s a major emergency. Patients in our community in need of lifesaving transfusions and blood therapies are counting on you to help keep our local blood banks well stocked with all types of blood.

Now, when you give blood through Community Blood Center, it’s automatically tested for COVID-19 antibodies.