Why should I give blood?
The most important reason for becoming a regular blood donor is to meet the blood needs of our community.
There is no substitute for human blood; donors are the only source. Every two seconds, someone needs blood,
and an adequate blood supply is crucial to their survival. Remember, just one pint of your blood can save as
many as four lives.
The demand for blood continues to increase, yet only 5% of the population donates.
How can I donate blood?
Visit a Donor Center
What other services does the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank provide?
Community Commitment Program for employee groups, churches, labor and fraternal organizations
My Blood, Your Blood educational service
Can I get AIDS by donating blood?
There is no way you can be exposed to the AIDS virus by donating blood. All needles and equipment are
pre-packaged, sterile and disposable. Nothing is ever re-used on another donor.
Contact Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank at:
Donating Blood |
Sponsor a Blood Drive