Donate Blood To Orlando Shooting Victims

UPDATE: Even as many donation centers and buses are reaching max capacity today, it is important to remember that blood donations are still needed. The general hours for tomorrow at each location are listed below with their respective addresses.

“The place is packed, there are only two nurses — come on down.”

That is the response you’ll get if you call One Blood donation center on Kennedy Boulevard in Tampa.

You are here because you need more info on where to donate blood in the wake of what CNN is calling the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

Tampa Bay, you do not have to drive to Orlando to donate. Donor centers are open in the Bay area. OneBlood.org is experiencing heavy traffic, but addresses and phone numbers are listed below. Your patience and persistence to help are greatly appreciated as we come together for the victims of this tragedy.

Please utilize this Google search to find, call and then head to a donation center to give blood.

Here are some of the donation centers in the Tampa Bay Area. We recommend calling first to see if the location is still taking donors, and to make an appointment. Keep trying. Thank you.

OneBlood Blood Donation Center

MONDAY (6/13) HOURS: 7 A.M. – 7 P.M.

4041 W Kennedy Blvd · (813) 282-3976

OneBlood Blood Donation Center

MONDAY (6/13) HOURS: 8 A.M. – 7 P.M.

15427 N Dale Mabry Hwy · (813) 964-1354

OneBlood Blood Donation Center

MONDAY (6/13) HOURS: 8 A.M. – 7 P.M.

5301 E Fletcher Ave · (813) 903-2600 (Closed 6/12)

OneBlood Blood Donation Center

9900 Doctor M.L.K. Jr St N · (727) 568-2101