Sunday April 28th
9AM - 2:45PM

"New York City suffers from an acute blood shortage: annually, 700,000 units (1 unit = 1 donation) are used, but fewer than 500,000 units are donated. Five percent of all area transfusions are for sickle-cell anemia patients, who are primarily of African and Hispanic descent and eventually must receive blood from closely matched donors, but blood donations from these ethnic groups are disproportionately low." (New York Health Foundation)

Donating one pint of blood can save up to three lives in our city!

Find out your eligibility and other FAQs about blood donation and register to donate at our drive.