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January 29, 2021
Yankton Nice List Blood Drive
10:30 AM – 4:30 PM River Rocks Event Center

Want to get a jump start on Santa’s 2021 Nice List? We’ve got just the thing! Show Santa just how nice you are this holiday season by rolling up your sleeve to save local lives. Join LifeServe Blood Center for our Nice List blood drive!

River Rocks Event Center
2901 Broadway Avenue
Yankton, SD
Friday, January 29
10:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Appointments required. Click to book your time!

Donors will receive a voucher for a free shirt and a bonus holiday tote bag!

Not only will your donation save lives, but in partnership with the state’s public health department, LifeServe Blood Center is assisting in the fight against COVID-19 by testing blood donations for COVID-19 antibodies to help understand the spread of the virus and to help identify individuals who may be eligible to provide convalescent plasma for critically ill hospital patients suffering from COVID-19. Click here for more details. This is not a diagnostic test to determine if you have the COVID-19 virus.  LifeServe Blood Center is only providing antibody test results. Donors who feel unwell or who are displaying symptoms of any illness are not eligible to donate.

To help ensure the safety of our team members and other blood donors, we are enforcing the following precautionary measures:

  • Appointments are required. Donors who do not have appointments will not be able to give blood.
  • We are asking that blood donors pre-screen themselves for fever prior to appointments. Only donors with temperatures under 99.5 will be allowed to donate. If your temperature is higher than 99.5, please reschedule here or by calling us at 800.287.4903.
  • Blood donors are required to wear a mask for the duration of their appointment. If you do not have a mask, we will provide you one.
  • Click here to see a full list of precautions we’re taking during the COVID-19 pandemic.
January 29, 2021
Alpha Media Mason City January Nice List Drive
11:00 AM – 5:00 PM Southbridge Mall - 100 South Federal Avenue - Mason City, IA

Want to get a jump start on Santa’s 2021 Nice List? We’ve got just the thing!

Show Santa just how nice you are this holiday season by rolling up your sleeve to save local lives. Join Alpha Media and LifeServe Blood Center for our January Nice List blood drive!

Southbridge Mall
100 South Federal Avenue
Mason City, IA
Friday, January 29
11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Appointments required. Click to book your time!

Donors will receive a voucher for a free shirt!

Not only will your donation save lives, but in partnership with the state’s public health department, LifeServe Blood Center is assisting in the fight against COVID-19 by testing blood donations for COVID-19 antibodies to help understand the spread of the virus and to help identify individuals who may be eligible to provide convalescent plasma for critically ill hospital patients suffering from COVID-19. Click here for more details. This is not a diagnostic test to determine if you have the COVID-19 virus.  LifeServe Blood Center is only providing antibody test results. Donors who feel unwell or who are displaying symptoms of any illness are not eligible to donate.

To help ensure the safety of our team members and other blood donors, we are enforcing the following precautionary measures:

  • Appointments are required. Donors who do not have appointments will not be able to give blood.
  • We are asking that blood donors pre-screen themselves for fever prior to appointments. Only donors with temperatures under 99.5 will be allowed to donate. If your temperature is higher than 99.5, please reschedule here or by calling us at 800.287.4903.
  • Blood donors are required to wear a mask for the duration of their appointment. If you do not have a mask, we will provide you one.
  • Click here to see a full list of precautions we’re taking during the COVID-19 pandemic.