Areas of Need

Blood donations are NYBCe's primary focus because it saves lives! If you are unable to donate, visit our centers, or are indeed an active blood donor and want to support our organization to the next level, you can give a financial gift. Because of you, we can help communities on a local and national scale to achieve a healthier tomorrow for generations to come. To learn more about how your support allows us to be a dynamic and robust organization and how our capbilities far exceed collecting blood, please review the different areas of need or click and download our 2021 Community Impact Statement.

Give to Research

NYBCe’s Lindsley F. Kimbell Research Institute (LFKRI) is at the forefront of blood disease research. Our world renowned researchers take basic science research and translate those findings into new tools to prevent and control disease. Made possible because of your generosity, the Enterprise can continue to advancing LFKRI research in other areas beyond COVID-19, including transfusion medicine, cell therapy, hematology, infectious diseases, and epidemiology. From bench to bedside, LFKRI’s research makes a direct impact in protecting the blood supply, controlling the spread of HIV and understanding the physiology of various blood diseases.  

Give to Programs

We truly appreciate any and all monetary donations and are thankful for your generosity. If you have questions or should you require additional resources, please contact the Office of Philanthropy team.

Ways to Give

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  • New York Blood Center Enterprises Annual Fund
    New York Blood Center Enterprises (NYBCe) works to fulfill our commitment to save and sustain lives by providing blood products and hospital services to more than 600 hospitals and dozens of research organizations, academic institutions, and biomedical companies each year.  

    The COVID-19 pandemic has severely reduced the number of units of donated blood collected at mobile drives at schools, places of worship, and community and corporate organizations. Prior to businesses, schools and places of worship adopting remote interaction, 70% of our red cell collections came from our mobile operations, with 30% coming from the collection centers. With the entire foundation of blood donation changing, NYBCe has taken on increased expenditures to expand donor recruitment and collection efforts. 

    To deliver what matters most to our generous blood donors, blood drive sponsors, hospital and clinic partners, and others throughout the healthcare industry, Everyday Lifesaving Operation funding is needed.

  • Medical Services - NYBC’s Medical Services provides state-of-the-art transfusion services and highly specialized direct patient care. Cellular therapy, bone marrow, transfusion services, hemophilia services, clinical research and education are all handled by our professional and medical staff who work closely with partnering hospitals to provide better treatment options and improve patient outcomes.
  • Little Doctors Program™ – Creating blood donors of the future, NYBC’s Little Doctor’s Program teaches students about volunteerism, community service, and the science of blood through the organization of community blood drives.
  • Education & Scholarships – NYBC is dedicated to supporting and strengthening the community through the provision of world-class training and educational opportunities including awarding scholarships to students who demonstrate leadership in the medical community – NYBC is invested in the people and regions it serves.