Our Donors Save Lives

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As of Monday, April 20, 2020 facial coverings need to be worn at all of the Community Blood Bank blood collection locations, whether it be the Erie Donor Center or mobile blood drives.

A facial covering can include a mask, bandanna, scarf, etc.

This is in conjunction with orders from Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Thank you for your understanding. If you have any questions, please call us at 814-456-4206.



We are grateful the FDA has made these changes available to blood centers. We are working internally to establish necessary updates to our documentation, including the Donor History Card and training programs, and will update our community on a timeline as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Click Here for More Information about the FDA's Change to Deferral Policies During COVID-19 Pandemic


Blood Drive Locations

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Need a Good Reason to Give Today?

“Community Blood Bank donors give blood less than 2 times per year on average. If all donors give blood just ONE MORE time, there would not be a blood shortage for the local hospitals. That’s ONE MORE half hour of your entire year to help save more local lives.”

Thank you for being a part
of the Community Blood Bank family!