Due to COVID-19 being a respiratory disease, blood centers are not testing or screening for COVID-19 directly, but do screen all donors to make sure they are healthy and eligible to donate.
FIND OUT HOW FRESH BLOOD FROM RIGHT HERE IN THE CENTRAL VALLEY BENEFITS EVERYONE IN OUR COMMUNITY
LOCALLY SOURCED ISN’T JUST BETTER FOR VEGETABLES
Here in the Central Valley, we’re proud to grow the food that feeds much of America. We’re also proud of a way of life where we’ve always taken care of our own. Whether it’s for a family member, a neighbor, a stranger, or even yourself, we all need a safe, fresh, ready supply of locally donated blood.
PUTTING THE CENTRAL VALLEY FIRST SINCE 1954
Since the Central California Blood Bank (CCBB) opened on June 8, 1954, our Valley has seen much in the way of change and growth. We’ve grown, too, with a name change in 1995 to the Central California Blood Center (CCBC), new facilities and bloodmobiles to make donating blood easier. But one thing remains constant: the commitment we all share to keep the supply of blood flowing for the benefit of us all.