CBCO’s Miracle of Giving Blood Drive 2016 takes place December 12 – 31, 2016, at all 4 of our donor centers and all mobile blood drives.
Participants in our Miracle of Giving Blood Drive 2016 will receive this free T-shirt to let everyone know that you’re proud to save lives in the Ozarks.
The need for blood doesn’t take a holiday… neither does the need for blood donors. That’s why CBCO is looking for dedicated blood donors to participate in Miracle of Giving. We know that life gets hectic over the holidays, but what better break from the holiday rush than to lie back and know you are helping save a life?
Because blood is perishable (it has a 42-day shelf life), it is important that we maintain adequate reserves at all times. The holidays present a special challenge, not only because of competing activities during the season, but also because schools are out of session. High school and college age donors give more than 1/3 of the blood supply used in our community. So you are needed even more during the long holiday season!
To schedule your appointment online, 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 — December 12 – 31, 2016.
Make a miracle happen by donating during CBCO’s Miracle of Giving Blood Drive 2016!
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, founded in 1995, is currently the sole provider of blood and blood products for 39 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.
To schedule your appointment at one of our four donor centers, click HERE. If you’re interested in hosting a blood drive, click HERE. For more information on how you can save lives right here in our community, call 1-800-280-5337.