is a treatment where plasma is transfused from a recovered covid-19 donor into a critically ill patient.
LifeShare OpportunitiesSBB Program and Phlebotomy School
Phlebotomy School is a 6-week course providing comprehensive training and more. The SBBT/TM is a 12-month course providing in-depth training in immunohematology and more.
Get Inspired to GiveAn hour of your time means a lifetime
There are many people touched by your lifesaving donations. Check out our blog to read their stories and learn how you make a difference.
Learn more about LifeShare Blood Centers’ variety of continuing education opportunities including the SBBT/TM.
Further Your Education in Blood Banking
The SBBT/TM program provides comprehensive and in-depth training in all aspects of blood banking, blood collection, product manufacturing, immunohematology, specialized serology, molecular testing, transfusion medicine practice, quality systems, process control, education and research, leadership, and management. The SBBT/TM program is a 12-month course beginning in May.
View your donation history, blood type, cholesterol results and other readings with each donation.
How to Log In
If you have already set up an account, use your existing username and password.
If this is your first time, you will need your DONOR ID found on the letter or email sent after your donation, or your Blood Unit Number written on the back of the materials you were given at the time of donation.
Host a Blood Drive
Any company, community organization, place of worship or individual may host a blood drive.
Start Planning Today
Did you know blood drives hosted by companies, places of worship and civic organizations supply roughly half of all blood donations across the U.S.?
A LifeShare Donor Recruiter will work alongside you or your organization to plan a blood drive. For most blood drives, we can set up in available space at your location to collect donations, or a mobile donor coach can be brought on site.
My name is Lindsey Davidson. I’m 15 years old and I live in Montgomery, Louisiana. Around September 8, 2017, my doctor noticed some extreme bruising on my legs and decided to run some blood test. After getting a CBC ran, they noticed that my white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets were all very low. I was referred to the hematology/oncology center at The Children’s Hospital in New Orleans, Louisiana. Read More.
Amie and Her Family Find the Good in Cancer
One year ago (May 2016) on a family vacation to celebrate my 5 year old’s birthday, life changed for our family. It was on the first day of that trip I noticed a large nodule on my chest that had not been there before and truly seemed to “come out of the blue.” Thinking and hoping it was a swollen gland, we finished our trip and I went to see my doctor once we returned home. After some observation, I had a mammogram which then ushered me into the office of a very skilled breast surgeon. Upon initial ultra-sound, my doctor was certain – but two biopsies and a MRI later she knew that I had breast cancer. I had a ping-pong ball sized tumor on one side (ironically, despite the size, the position of it had kept it hidden until now and that is why it had not shown up in self-exams or doctor exams) and they would later determine there were several smaller tumors on the other side. Read More.LifeShare Blood Centers, established in Shreveport, La. in 1942, regularly supplies blood components to more than 100 medical facilities and hospitals throughout Louisiana, East Texas and South Arkansas. LifeShare is a member of America’s Blood Centers and the American Rare Donor Program, is licensed by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, and accredited by AABB. LifeShare Blood Centers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community blood bank governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees. ]]>