Capitol Hill Community Post | Give blood at T-Mobile Park (starts back Feb 9)

Bloodworks Northwest will be back at Seattle’s T-Mobile Park (1250 1st Ave S) in the Ellis Pavilion Room for our Seattle Mariners pop-up Feb 8, 9, 23, 25 & 27.

Donating blood is an act of kindness and love and one way to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

Diversity amongst donors is critical for patients needing on-going blood transfusions and giving blood in February is great way to honor African-American History Month (or Black History month)

Can’t make it to T-Mobile Park? We have lots of other convenient locations. Please sign up for the Mariners pop-up or another pop-up or at a center near you by using this link: https://dslnk.co/Zone5Bloodworks

Your donation could put you in the driver’s seat! When you donate blood with Bloodworks between now and March 17, you will automatically be entered for a chance to win a car! The lucky winner will have their choice among 9 pre-selected new vehicles from Haselwood Auto Group. More info at www.bloodworksnw.org/winacar

As an added benefit (during the month of February) all donors will automatically be tested for covid-19 antibodies and results mailed within 2 weeks of your donation.

Masks are required at all donation sites. To ensure social distancing, appointments are also required. Walk-ins, guests or anyone under 16 years of age are (unfortunately) not permitted. Have questions or need help booking an appointment? Please call 1-800-398-7888 or e-mail schedule@bloodworksnw.org

Giving blood during the pandemic is a safe and essential action. For more info on how Bloodworks is keeping donors and staff safe, by abiding by all CDC, FDA and WA State Department of Health guidelines please visit: https://www.bloodworksnw.org/about/news/coronavirus

Donors must wait 2 weeks after each COVID-19 vaccination dose for their next blood donation appointment. If you recently received a flu shot, there is no wait to donate.