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Spread the Love Blood Drive
February 10 - February 14
Do something for perfect strangers this Valentine’s season by donating the gift of life, and receive a great gift in return. More than 40 local hospitals count on us for the blood, platelets, and plasma their patients need. You can help by participating in our Spread the Love Blood Drive February 10 – 14, 2020, only at CBCO’s four donor centers located in Springfield, MO; Joplin, MO; Bentonville, AR; and Springdale, AR. You’ll receive an great T-shirt that shows off the fact that you are a blood donor. Plus your name will go into a drawings for a $200 gift certificate from Justice Jewelers in Springfield, Missouri.
Why donate blood with CBCO? Because local patients need blood and blood products. CBCO is the sole provider of blood and blood products at more than 40 hospitals in southwest Missouri, northwest Arkansas, and southeast Kansas. Curious about which hospitals rely on CBCO? Click HERE to see a list.
Schedule Your Appointment
To reserve your spot at one of our donor centers, click HERE and then click “Schedule Now” to the right of your favorite donor center’s information. Remember to set your appointment during the correct time frame for this promotion — February 10 – 14, 2020.
Spread the Love by donating during CBCO’s Spread the Love Blood Drive 2019!
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, founded in 1995, is currently the sole provider of blood and blood products for 40+ hospitals located in 39 counties across three states — southwest Missouri, northwest Arkansas, and southeast Kansas. More than 65,000 donations of blood are required each year to meet the transfusion needs of our friends and neighbors. We at CBCO take the responsibility of providing that blood very seriously.
Eligible donors must be at least 16 years of age, weigh at least 110 pounds, and be in good in good health.
If you’re interested in hosting a blood drive, click HERE and fill out the contact form on the right side of the page. For more information on how you can save lives right here in our community, call 1-800-280-5337.