Support Us

Donating blood is not the only way that you can support NYBC. Donating funds to help advance our research, pouring juice for blood donors, or hosting a blood drive at your organization are all ways that you can get involved.

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Donate Funds

Your support touches the lives of those in need.

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Volunteer With Us

Volunteers play a crucial role in helping NYBC save lives each and every day

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Host a Blood Drive

It’s easy to do, and a New York Blood Center Account Manager will be with you every step of the way.

Who You Help

Jennifer Lentini, Blood and Heart Recipient

At age 13, Jennifer Lentini required many blood transfusions as a heart transplant surgery patient.

Michael O'Hara, Blood Donor

Dedicated blood hero Michael O'Hara is thankful to be able to give life through blood, platelet, and plasma donation.

NYBC Stories: Lauren Shields, Blood and Heart Recipient

A virus attacked Lauren Shields' heart, and she required multiple blood transfusions to survive.

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Need a minute to sit down, take a break and catch up on a book or 2? You can do all of those things while saving a life! Schedule your Me-time today - link in bio #nybloodcenter
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Today we are joining many in raising awareness for #WorldSickleCellDay. Sickle cell disease, also known as sickle cell anemia, is the most common inherited blood disorder in the U.S., affecting about 100,000 Americans, mostly African-American. Blood from our donors is very often used to treat sickle cell patients, and having a diverse donor base helps to provide the blood needed. African-American donors play a critical role in supporting patients as they are more likely to carry the antigen most needed. Want to help? Sign up to be a donor today - link in bio #nybloodcenter