$500 GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY

DONATE BLOOD. WIN A GIFT CARD.

Cascade Regional Blood Services is giving away gift cards to 13 lucky donors between July 1 – December 12. Each time you register to donate blood (whole blood and automated) you will automatically be entered into a drawing to win a $500 gift card.

  • $500 online gift cards.
  • Thirteen winners.
  • One winner will be drawn every other week for 26 weeks.
  • Whole Blood and Automated Donors are eligible.
  • Donors are automatically entered to win after registering to donate at a Donor Center or Blood Drive.
  • The more you donate the more chances you have to win.
  • Choose between a Visa or Amazon Gift Card.
  • Gift Card will be sent via email.
  • Therapeutic procedures are not eligible to win.


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Research

The demand for blood in research is high. Progress is often delayed due to lack of matches to participate. That’s why Cascade Regional Blood Services has created bResearch, a division devoted solely to matching your blood donations to life science research needs worldwide. Through bResearch, we partner with medical science professionals to help advance the research and development to cure disease.


Automated Blood Donations

During automated donation, donors can give a specific component in greater quantities than can be collected in a whole blood donation. Blood is processed in a cell separator machine; the needed products are collected, and the remaining blood is returned to the donor. The automated collection system takes combinations of platelets, plasma, and red blood cells depending on your blood type. Automated donation allows CRBS to efficiently manage the blood supply by collecting the optimal products needed by our community hospitals – helping cancer, trauma, and transplant patients.


Host a Blood Drive

About 60 percent of the community’s blood supply is collected at community blood drives, hosted by community members like you.