Hosting a Blood Drive

Hosting a Blood Drive is Fun, Easy, and Rewarding

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

Who Can Host a Blood Drive?

From schools to businesses, religious organizations to community gatherings, our bloodmobile can roll up just about anywhere there are blood donors ready to save lives.

How Can I Host a Blood Drive?

We make hosting a blood drive easy by providing custom marketing material to promote the blood drive and easy online access for donors to make appointments.

All you need to do is designate a Blood Drive Coordinator: someone from your organization to be our point person. An enthusiastic, dependable blood drive Coordinator is one of the primary keys to a successful drive, and this person is often most influential in enlisting potential donors. As the Coordinator for your organization’s blood drive, we rely on you to make your drive a success – with a little help, of course! Your Cascade Regional Blood Services Consultant will work closely with the Coordinator to plan a memorable lifesaving event!

Find Your Consultant Here

Sarah Goddard 253-312-3320 Tacoma, Fircrest, and Fife

Gregory Peloquin 253-312-9056 University Place, Gig Harbor, Port Orchard, Parkland, Lakewood, Olympia SOUTH / WEST

Marissa De La Garza 253-682-9657 Puyallup, Sumner, Bonney Lake, Spanaway, Graham, Eatonville EAST

Sage Stevens 253-651-0919 Federal Way, Auburn, Covington NORTH

We look forward to speaking with you and saving lives together. If you are unsure who to call you can also call our office at 253-383-2553. We will help to connect you with your consultant and answer any questions you may have. You can also contact us here. 

If you are already a Coordinator with CRBS please use the portal below for all blood drive needs. The Coordinator Portal gives access to past drive history, upcoming drive appointments, and essential marketing materials to help promote each blood drive.


CRBS relies on our community partners to help us maintain a constant supply of blood for our community hospitals.