About America's Blood Centers
Founded in 1962, we are the national organization bringing together community-based, independent blood centers.
Our member organizations operate more than 600 blood collection sites providing close to 60 percent of the U.S., and a quarter of the Canadian, blood supply. These blood centers serve more than 150 million people and provide blood products and services to more than 3,500 hospitals and healthcare facilities across North America. All ABC U.S. members are licensed and regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Learn more about the latest developments impacting community blood centers, blood donation, or the role of blood in healthcare.
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america's blood supply
|Centers with a blood supply of 3 or more days have enough blood to meet normal operating demands. Those with only a 2-day supply are running low and need blood donations. Centers with a day or less of blood are critically low on blood and need donations as soon as possible. "N/A" indicates centers that haven't yet reported a blood supply level.|
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Our member organizations operate more than 600 blood collection sites, but finding your local community blood center is easy. Locate the community blood center closest to you to connect with experts from the blood community in your local area.
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U.S. Blood Donation Statistics and Public Messaging Guide
This first-of-its-kind guide uses data curated from published research, credible public sources, and input from industry experts to provide the latest look at America's blood supply and its donors. It uses data curated from published research, credible public sources, and input from industry experts.