LifeSouth Community Blood Centers. Our non-profit at a glance. To provide a safe blood supply that meets or exceeds the needs in each community we serve, and to provide a variety of services in support of ongoing and emerging blood and transfusion related activities. Mission Statement.
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LifeSouth Community Blood Centers
Our non-profit at a glance
To provide a safe blood supply that meets or exceeds the needs in each community we serve, and to provide a variety of services in support of ongoing and emerging blood and transfusion related activities.
363 days a year collect blood through community blood drives
Rely heavily on community and business partners to meet the needs of our local hospitals
363 days a year test and process into needed blood components
365 days a year – 24/7 deliver blood to community hospitals
Montgomery – District Hub - 1998
Dothan - 2003
Opelika - 1995
Mobile – District Hub - 2007
Daphne - 2008
and disorders such as Sickle
Genetic abnormality of hemoglobin production
Blood Types Needed for Sickle Cell Patients
Donors with this type of blood are considered Sickle Cell Heroes
Five Points of Life
Creating a Donation Generation
To educate the public on the ways to share life with others through donation with a focus on school age children and young adults to create a Donation Generation.
Field trip to LifeSouth’s Civitan Region in Gainesville, Fla.
The mission of the council is to grow LifeSouth Community Blood Center’s blood collections in the local community.
Connecting our donors to our patients