Blue Blood Drive Week

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Monday, January 8, 2024 - Saturday, January 13, 2024

All Day

LifeServe Blood Center is once again teaming up with Iowa Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) for a Blue Blood Drive! 

As first responders, law enforcement officers regularly see the need for blood in our community Whether it’s a personal injury, motor vehicle accident, or other traumatic situation, these hardworking heroes respond to emergency calls of all sorts and are well versed in how quickly someone can lose blood. “When there’s an emergency people are willing to come out,” said Woodbury County Sheriff Dave Drew, “but we could help that cause by being proactive and donating ahead of time.”

Like first responders, blood donors are a critical part of disaster response. When there’s an emergency, it’s not police officers from Kansas City or Minneapolis that answer the call. It’s local officers from our communities! The same goes for the community blood supply. 


Join LifeServe and local first responder teams for a week of blood drives in partnership with Iowa Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.). Blood donors who give the gift of life January 8 - January 13 at any LifeServe Donor Center or participating mobile blood drive (listed below) will receive a limited-edition squeeze ball while supplies last! Plus: law enforcement officers will be stopping by to chat with blood donors and thank them for donating.

Schedule at Your Nearest Donor Center

Monday, January 8

Algona Community

Storm Lake Blue Blood Drive

Tuesday, January 9 

Altoona Fire Department

Marshalltown Police Department

Miller/ Hand County

Springfield Community

Wednesday, January 10

LeMars Police Blue Blood Drive


Thursday, January 11

Orange City Community with Sioux County Sheriff

Devon Snitzer Blue Blood Scholarship Drive

Corydon Community with Wayne County Sheriff Office

Willow Lake

Friday, January 12

Algona Community Blood Drive 

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