On Wednesday, January 21st, The Community Blood Bank began using new donor portal and donor chair portal software. As part of our continuing effort to enhance your experience as a CBB donor or donor chair, this new software will allow you to more easily access drive information, as well as personal information such as blood type, eligibility date, and donation history. You will also be able to schedule appointments for blood drives with ease, often up to months in advance.
Our Community Blood Bank staff has been working diligently to make this a seamless transition, however if you encounter technical difficulties or need assistance in any way, please contact our main office at (814) 456-4206, or toll free at 1-877-842-0631.
In addition, we are providing you with a Donor Portal FAQ, which may answer some of the questions that you have. We have also provided step by step guides for both the Donor Portal and Donor Chair Portal to help ease this transition.
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