Schedule a Blood Drive

Get mobile and organize a blood drive at your place of business or community organization.



What does it take to organize a blood drive?

1. Contact our Mobile Drive Department at (907) 222-5630

2. Select a Drive Chair/Coordinator

3. Access to 30 or more committed blood donors

4. Location for our mobile team to set up indoors or an area for our mobile coach to park on the property

Blood drives last on average four to eight hours and process six to seven donors per hour. Typically, blood drives are schedule two months in advance. If you have additional questions, you can contact the Mobile Drive Department at or call 907-222-5630. 

Successful blood drives take planning and promotion. Once your drive is scheduled you can access our Drive Chair Toolbox for promotional materials and ideas.

Coordinator Login


tool boxDrive Chair Toolbox


Drive Poster                                                             

  Blood Drive Poster    

 Drive Material 

Hand Out for Drive

Drive Sign-Up Sheet   

New Donor Interest                                                 


Drive Promotional Email (pdf to edit)

 Blood Drive Poster

Current Critical Needs

Type O+ O-

Anchorage Centers(2)
Fairbanks Center
Wasilla Center
Call 222-5630 for info

Get Directions

Remember to:

  • Eat well
  • Drink plenty of fluids before donating
  • Bring photo ID (with Birthday or SSN)

Mobile Blood Drive Calendar

Upcoming Events


25Sat Kodiak: Convention Center

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM :: 7 Hours 30 Minutes

26Sun Kodiak: Convention Center

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM :: 7 Hours 30 Minutes

27Mon ANC:UAA Bookstore

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM :: 7 Hours


1Wed VAL: Palmer High School (closed to public)

7:45 AM - 2:00 PM :: 6 Hours 15 Minutes

1Wed JBER: 732nd Air mobility

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM :: 7 Hours

2Thu ANC: King Career Center

8:15 AM - 2:15 PM :: 6 Hours

3Fri ANC: Bartlett High School (closed to public)

7:30 AM - 1:30 PM :: 6 Hours

3Fri ANC: SteamDot

11:00 AM - 6:00 PM :: 7 Hours

See Full Calendar

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