16-Year-Old Consent Form
Blood is imperative for:
all types of operations, accident victims, acute burn victims, cancer patients (ex. Leukemia), and for those with catastrophic diseases such as hemophilia.
Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder that affects red blood cells. The severe form of sickle cell disease is estimated to affect more than 100,000 African-Americans..... Enter Here
El programa hispano de donantes de sangre fue creado para incrementar la diversidad de sangre colectada en nuestra comunidad permitiendo una mejor compatibilidad entre los donates hispanos.....
Partnerships come in many forms. If you are unable to donate blood, a monetary contribution will help ensure our ability to continue to provide our community with the necessary lifesaving resources.
The Blood Alliance CPR Program If your company has joined the Community CPR Program and you're interested in enrolling in a CPR class, click the link below to find out more.
Incredible acts of selfless service that helped enrich lives in your community. The Blood Alliance wouldn't be able to fulfill our mission without donors. Share your story with us.
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Match a listed gift option with the number of points you’ve earned from donating. It's a small way for us to say thank you with a gift that is right for you! Thanks for donating!
We offer a scholarship challenge for teens and potential first-time donors. Together, we can make high school blood drives one of the most important resources for saving lives. Let's get your high school to have more blood drives to make this happen! Click here for more info!
2013 Scholarship Winners
The Blood Alliance's Recipient Benefits Plan is designed to provide limited financial assistance to blood donors, their immediate families, or specific designees who have received blood transfusions. It helps these recipients recover some of the blood processing fees. These are fees The Blood Alliance must charge health care organizations for the collecting, testing, and processing of the blood products, and to ensure the safest blood possible is available for local patients.
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