Donate Blood

Our mission is simple: build a healthier community. It’s what we’ve been doing for over 130 years, and today we’re doing it in more ways than ever before.

Donate Blood

Upcoming Blood Donor Center Closures:

  • Wednesday, April 12
  • Tuesday, April 18
  • Wednesday, April 19

As the only trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley, we rely on your generosity to help us keep our blood supplies up and meet the health needs of our community. If you are currently eligible to donate blood and haven’t already scheduled an appointment, please call to schedule your next donation at the Huntington Hospital Blood Donor Center, at (626) 397-5422. For your convenience, below is a list of our upcoming blood drives, one may be more convenient for you. Please encourage others to also support us in our time of need.

Please remember when you donate blood to drink plenty of water starting the day before your scheduled donation, do not skip any meals and bring your driver’s license, CA ID or passport. If you’re a student we will accept your school ID as long as it includes your photo, name and birth date.

March Madness continues in the blood donor center

Service Hours and Location

711 S. Fairmount Avenue, Pasadena, CA, 91105.

Please park directly across the street in the East Parking structure for validated parking.

Blood Donor Center Hours:
Monday – Thursday 9:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.

To schedule a donation, please call (626) 397-5422

Upcoming Community Blood Drive(s)

The Huntington Health mobile blood donation team may be at a location near you!

Saybrook University Regional Ambassador Connection and blood drive

Blood Donation Incentives

Blood donors are needed, please invite family and friends to support us! Donate and receive a $5 gift card or one of our blood donor center t-shirts. We validate parking, we are also now accepting walk-ins.

More than ever, blood donations are urgently needed. It’s a quick step that any healthy person should do, especially now. By virtue of their health, travel history or other factors, many people cannot donate during this time. We urge you to donate if you can.

A pint of blood could potentially save three lives, and the rewards to you are considerable: doing good, getting your blood pressure and other vitals checked, burning calories and getting a coupon or shirt and tasty snacks! I’m 63 years old and just donated for the 120th time. Please join me in this vital act.”

– David Kirchheimer, Huntington HealthBoard Member