Our Blood Donation Center Community Partnerships
Central Jersey Blood Center is proud to partner with a variety of community and non-profit organizations. We’re all dedicated to supporting important life-saving missions. Here are a few of our partners:
BCA is a member-owned organization comprised of over 35 member independent blood centers geographically dispersed throughout North America, providing more than 37% of the U.S. blood supply.
Each member is a non-profit organization typically with multiple physical and mobile facilities, ranging from 100-700 employees, utilizing thousands of volunteers, and distributing $10 million to $150 million worth of biological materials to healthcare and life-science organizations in the United States and around the world.
AABB is an international, not-for-profit association representing individuals and institutions involved in the field of transfusion medicine and cellular therapies. The association is committed to improving health by developing and delivering standards, accreditation and educational programs that focus on optimizing patient and donor care and safety.
AABB membership consists of nearly 2,000 institutions and 8,000 individuals, including physicians, nurses, scientists, researchers, administrators, medical technologists and other health care providers. Members are located in more than 80 countries.
The mission of the NJABBP is to influence blood banking and transfusion medicine in New Jersey and our neighboring states to promote high-quality, safe, cost-effective blood transfusion practices through education and other efforts. The organization works to bring together individuals who are interested in Blood Banking to effect positive change. These individual members are interested in the scientific, medical, technical, recruitment and collection aspects of the blood banking industry and transfusion medicine.
Founded in 1962, America’s Blood Centers is North America’s largest network of community-based, independent blood programs. Recognized by the U.S. Congress for its critical work in patient care and disaster preparedness and response, the federation operates more than 600 blood collection sites providing half of the U.S., and a quarter of the Canadian blood supply. These blood centers serve more than 150 million people and provide blood products and services to more than 3,500 hospitals and healthcare facilities across North America. America’s Blood Centers’ U.S. members are licensed and regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Our Canadian member is regulated by Health Canada. America’s Blood Centers is not affiliated with the American Red Cross.