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Show the world that Giving is Groovy when you show off this year's Grateful Life Tour tie-dye t-shirt! Make an appointment to donate July 18-30 to get yours.
You can help turn pediatric patients into happy campers! Join us in supporting the Annual Solid Organ Transplant Camp by Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford.
This summer, we are expanding our Monday movie tickets to all centers, all donation types, all day! Be sure to make your appointments before seats fill up.
The FDA recently released final guidance regarding deferral criteria for men who have sex with men (MSM), changing its blood donation policy from an indefinite deferral to 12 months since the last sexual contact with another man. Read more about the final guidance.
We created a new website dedicated to sharing our blood donors’ stories and the many reasons they donate blood. Visit SBCStories.org today and be inspired.
Find the latest information on the Zika Virus here.
Latest Press (Read All)
STANFORD, Calif.− Due to a sudden shortage of blood types O-Negative, AB-Negative and B-Negative Bay Area residents are being asked to donate at Stanford Blood Center as soon as possible this week to ensure local patient needs are met. Full story »
STANFORD, Calif.− Stanford Blood Center (SBC) is partnering with the Sharks Foundation for the 10th annual Save a Life Blood Drive Saturday, January 16 at SAP Center, North Concourse Entrance, 525 W. Santa Clara St. San Jose, from 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Full story »
STANFORD, Calif.− Stanford Blood Center (SBC) is preparing for the estimated two to three million Bay Area visitors for Super Bowl 50 by asking donors to help stock the shelves with blood products ahead of the big game. Full story »