Your donations are critical to Alaska hospital patients in the summer. Join us to donate at ANY CENTER and receive a $5 OFF movie coupon from Fandango JUNE 21 to JULY 2 (while supplies last)
Blood Bank of Alaska | Helping Alaska Patients in Need
For the month of June Papa John's will donate $1 for every pizza ordered using the promo code 'AKBB' to Blood Bank of Alaska. Simple you order, use the code "AKBB" and they donate! Help save lives and enjoy delicious pizza at the same time. Thank you Papa John's (locations in Anchorage, Wasilla, Soldotna and Fairbanks).
Thank you to the many individuals that donated to Blood Bank of Alaska through Pick.Click.Give this year. As a non-profit organization your donations make a huge impact. If you would still like to donate, you can add a donation to your PFD until August 31st. Visit https://pfd.alaska.gov/ and select the pick.click.give icon. Thank you for your support!
Kaladi Brothers is active in the community and looks for ways to give back. They believe in blood donation and the lives that are impacted by the generosity of our blood donors. At the new Anchorage Center all donors that register will receive a BOGO coupon for a cup of coffee. You can also enjoy a nice cup of Kaladi Brothers Coffee in the canteen when you donate. Thank you for all that you do.
This month we are raising awareness about National Blood Donor month. January is often one of the hardest months to meet the needs of hospitals as fewer donors donate. In 1970 the month of January was designated as National Blood Donor Month. To say thank you to our donors, all donors that donate between January 14th and 23rd will earn 300 points.
Blood Bank of Alaska launched Donor Connection one year ago. The new donor portal provides a convenient way to create appointments online, view past history and order your hero rewards! See the Donor Connection button at the top of the page to start today.
Bob Scanlon, CEO of Blood Bank of Alaska, responds to a New York Times article on national blood trends. The needs of Alaska vary greatly from those in the Lower 48 for many reasons. You can read the full response by clicking the read more tab here: