BE A HERO AND HELP OUR CAUSE!
A community-based, nonprofit organization
Welcome To Blood Centers of the Pacific
We provide blood and blood components to hospitals, physicians and patients throughout Northern California and house the Blood Systems Research Institute which conducts medical research to improve blood safety and patient care.
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Most recent heroes
- For years, DeAnn always avoided giving blood. “I feared it would be painful,” she recalls. “Yet each time I dodged an opportunity to give blood I carried a different kind of pain: guilt.” Then one day DeAnn found herself sitting by her father’s hospital bed as he received blood for internal bleeding. “Someone donated this […]
- Bruce Fairbrother has two jobs. He’s an electrical contractor by profession, but on his time off, he’s a hero. Bruce serves as a Squad Leader and Training Officer for his local ambulance/rescue/fire department in Towner, North Dakota. Whether at his day job or volunteer one, Bruce always wears a little blood donor pin on his […]
- Blood Centers of the Pacific is forever grateful for the Blood Drive Coordinators who step up to the plate and help the blood center connect with lifesavers at their company, organization, or venue. These volunteer coordinators are essential to successful blood drives. Often these individuals who volunteer extra time have some family or personal experience […]
- Please join us in giving a shout out to our youngest blood drive coordinator ever! On November 6th, one day after turning 16, Kyler completed his first blood donation! In 2010, when Kyler was just 10 years old, he took part in an independent study program offered by the San Carlos school district for kids […]
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TOGETHER, WE DO SAVE LIVES
A simple donation can have a profound impact.
A few words from Blood Recipients
"Because of the generosity of blood donors, my son is a healthy, vibrant child now." As new parents to 5-week-old Daniel, Paul and Anna Franco never imagined they would be sitt
Anna and Daniel
"Words can never describe what it means to have others do so much." Bridget was told in mid-pregnancy that her baby had a 50 percent chance of living, based on a birth defect s
"She would not be here today without the blood bank!" The birth of a child is often the most memorable experience in a couple’s life. For Maureen MacLeod and Tom Herman a routi
Mary Frances Macleod
"This has given me a second chance at life, I am really thankful."
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