Give Back to Someone in Need
Recovered from COVID-19? As the number of COVID-19 cases increases worldwide, we need your help! Because you beat the infection, your plasma now contains antibodies that can treat patients still battling the life-threatening virus. Donating your convalescent plasma is the key to directly helping others and unlocking a potential treatment.
Our highest priority is your safety and well-being. We take every precaution to ensure our 51 donation centers across the nation are thoroughly inspected according to CDC and FDA requirements. You can expect to spend 90-120 minutes at the donation center, and we’ll guide you every step of the way.
Donating plasma is a safe process, and most healthy adults between ages 18-65 who weigh at least 110 pounds are eligible. We ask you wait at least two weeks to fully recover from COVID-19 before donating.
2. WHAT TO BRING
When you come in to donate, we’ll need the following documents to begin the process:
- Positive lab result for COVID-19 (if available)
- State-issued ID or driver’s license
- Proof of social security number
- Proof of address
- Face mask or covering
3. SCREENING & PHYSICAL EXAM
All donors will fill out a questionnaire covering your medical history and current health status. A qualified medical professional will conduct a physical assessment to ensure the donation is safe for you.
4. PLASMA DONATION
The process is similar to donating blood, except the plasma is separated and collected while the white and red blood cells are returned to the body.
Once you’ve completed the donation and earned your first fee, we encourage you to come back for your next visit! It takes two full plasma donations to create a successful, life-saving medicine.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a convalescent plasma donor and joining our fight against COVID-19. Please provide the information below, and we’ll follow up with more details as soon as possible!