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ATTENTION: Due to COVID-19, expect delays in processing mailed or faxed paper registration and removal forms. Please consider using the online features. COVID-19 information now available under the Donation FAQ tab.
4,052,767 Registered Donors
1,224 Awaiting Transplant
1,044 Kidney (waiting)
119 Liver (waiting)
44 Heart (waiting)
19 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting)
6 Lung (waiting)
2 Intestine (waiting)
3 Pancreas (waiting)
2 Heart/Lung (waiting)

Blood Donation

There is no substitute for blood. One pint of blood can save several lives. Red blood cells carry oxygen to the body’s organs and tissues. Platelets promote blood clotting. Cancer, transplant, trauma, and surgery patients are a few reasons why blood donation is important and it does save lives. To learn more about blood donation contact one of the following:

Local Red Cross office  

The Red Cross website

Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center

Historically, convalescent plasma has been used to prevent or treat new viral diseases when other treatments or vaccines were not available. For more information visit https://health.mo.gov/living/healthcondiseases/communicable/novel-coronavirus/plasma-donations.php