Some blood donation centers — such as BPL Plasma, CSL Plasma, and Octapharma Plasma — allow donors to earn money. You can usually earn between $160 and $400 per month by making regular donations. Below, we detail the donor restrictions, how much you can earn, where to donate, and what to expect from the process.
How to Donate Blood for Money
Every time you donate blood, you give roughly one pint — which then sells to a hospital for up to $300.
While you won’t earn $300 per pint, you can make money by donating blood at some donation centers. Typically, pay rates range from around $20 to $75 per donation, with some centers offering bonuses for frequent donors or higher rates for new donors (as previously reported).
When you donate blood for money, it’s actually what’s in your blood that matters: plasma. You can legally donate plasma as often as twice per week.
Earnings start around $160 per month or $1,920 per year if donating twice per week (based on a center that offers $20 per donation). At the higher end of the range, you can earn around $400 per month or $4,800 per year (based on a center that offers $50 per donation).
With bonuses or at a center that pays more than $50 per donation, you may be able to earn $500 per month or more. However, note that your earnings will vary greatly depending on where you go and how often.
Some centers even offer varying rates per donation — for example, a higher rate for your second donation of the week.
All blood types (A, B, AB, and O) are paid the same amount, with one exception: if you have Rh-negative blood, you may earn more than Rh-positive donors since Rh-negative blood is rarer than Rh-positive blood and necessary to create certain medications.
Selling your blood or plasma is not just a way to earn a little side income. Patients worldwide rely on the generosity of blood donors to treat a wide variety of diseases and disorders and the success of major medical procedures like cardiac surgery or organ transplantation.
In addition to monetary compensation, you’ll earn the knowledge that your donation helps improve or save lives.
Most donation centers require that donors be between ages 18 and 67 and weigh at least 110 pounds. (See our related research on where to weigh yourself for free.)
You’ll also need to be in generally good health and complete a physical examination at the blood bank before your first donation.
Note that requirements and examinations vary slightly by state and by the donation center.
However, you’re considered ineligible to donate blood if you:
- Take certain medications
- Test positive for HIV
- Have received a blood transfusion in the United Kingdom or France between 1980 and the present day
- Have risk factors for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) or have a blood relative with CJD
- Have a congenital coagulation factor deficiency
- Have had babesiosis or Chagas’ disease
- Have had close contact with a person with viral hepatitis in the past 12 months
- Have taken etretinate for psoriasis
- Spent three months or more in the United Kingdom between 1980 and 1996
- Spent five years in Europe between 1980 and the present
- Have used unprescribed injection drugs, such as illegal drugs or steroids
Keep in mind that there are some potential side effects or disadvantages to blood donation, including lightheadedness, nausea, dizziness, continued bleeding, and soreness of the arm. For most donors, side effects are mild; however, before donating, it’s best to consider your well-being and whether you’ve had strong reactions to having blood drawn in the past.
When visiting a plasma donation center, you should bring the following with you:
- A current, government-issued photo ID
- Proof of your Social Security number (or a Border Crossing Card or US Visa, if you’re a resident of Mexico or Canada)
- Proof of your local residential address, such as a utility bill
Before you head to your appointment, you should eat a healthy meal and drink an extra 16 ounces or so of water.
Once you arrive, an associate will greet you, look over your documents, and check you in. If it’s your first visit, you’ll complete your medical history screening and physical exam. (You’ll also be screened during subsequent visits, but the first screening/exam is longer and more thorough.)
Once approved to donate, a staff member will take you to the donation area and draw your blood. You’ll relax in a chair while your donation takes place, and the staff will check on you throughout the process.
The process takes about one to two hours, depending on which center you visit; you’re welcome to bring a book, magazine, tablet, or smartphone to keep yourself occupied while you wait.
You’ll receive compensation at the end of your session, usually in the form of a prepaid debit card. Most donation centers offer reloadable cards, which they can add money to after each of your successful donations.
Right after your donation, you may feel a bit dizzy. Make sure to eat some food, drink plenty of water, and relax for a bit. Most donation centers will offer doughnuts, cookies, juice, water, and other treats to help you re-energize.
Leave your bandage on for several hours after your blood draw. If your arm is a bit sore, you can take acetaminophen or ice the area.
Where to Donate
More than 400 licensed and certified plasma collection centers are located in the United States, but not all donation centers compensate their donors.
Our related research lists paying plasma donation centers by region, including BPL Plasma, CSL Plasma, and Octapharma Plasma.
Other Types of Medical Donation
For more information on medical donations, see our research on how much you can get paid for donating sperm, eggs, and hair.
Where can i donated in Lexigton Ky
Hi my name is Tia, I’m interested in donating for 500 a week. Where can I go to donate? I live in broward county.
We get so many comments that we can’t reply to every location specific request, sorry! But, you can use the find a center link under each donation company to search for their donation centers and check for one near you. I did a search for zip code 33009 and found that BioTest Plasma and CSL Plasma both have centers nearby.
I can donate my blood because I really need help with cash ,I have to pay my debt to bank,so please tell me the kind way to donate and earn.
Hello, I am from Italy and travel to US quite often (usually I spent 150 days/year in the US).
I am a blood donor in Italy but, over there, I am allowed to donate only once every 3 month. Also, I have to wait 30 days I am back in Italy, before I can make a donation, which happen only twice a year. I was wondering if I can donate my blood in the US, as well so I can make more donations..
The FDA has deferrals in place for individuals who traveled overseas. According to the FDA, ineligible donors are those who “have spent five years or more in Europe (including the United Kingdom) cumulatively from 1980 to the present.”
Thank you. So my blood is considered ok in Italy but not here in the US. Feel sorry I can’t give more blood as there is always need.
This article was very helpful to me. I went to CSL Plasma in Hazel Crest, Ill. I made $270 in the month of August. As someone who works a part-time minium wage job this extra money will really come in handy. I recommend that people drink a sports drink immediately after donating. I make my own from a recipe I found online. I expect to make over $300 in September because they are offering a $80 bonus on your 8th donation of the month.
Thank you for the advice, and for sharing that they are offering an 8th-month bonus at your location.
who do I contact to get payed to donate blood
In the section of this article — “Age Requirements for Donating Blood” — you can use the links after each plasma company to find their page detailing donor requirements. Their websites will also have a page showing donation center locations and contact info. You can also reference our article specifically on the topic of where to donate blood: Plasma Center near Me: Where to Donate Plasma for Money (The Most $). That article has more detailed information on individual plasma donation centers and direct links to their center locators.
I have been donating to the local blood bank (OneBlood) for over 30 years. Just recently I got the “It’s time to donate” email once again. During a casual conversation with a co-worker I was told that the (whole) blood that is collected is sold for in excess of $500 per pint. I’ve donated 13+ gallons because I wanted to help out others and make a difference. It appears that I am simply making someone else rich.
I am taking a pause to decide whether to halt donating forever.
Your coworker was right, donated blood does typically get sold. If you want to keep donating but the idea of your donated blood being sold for a pretty potent doesn’t sit well with you, try looking into the companies featured on our list and donating for compensation instead of for free.
Trust me, you are NOT “making someone else rich” by donating blood to a NON-PROFIT blood service like the Red Cross. In order to make sure the blood is safe for the sick people who need it, it must go through a lot of testing (hepatitis, HIV,etc), and it also gets processed into separate components — red cells for transfusion, platelets for transfusion, plasma and cryoprecipitate for transfusion; each donation can help several people. Many many people are involved in this testing and processing — those people don’t work for free, it is their occupation to make sure the blood supply is safe and plentiful; so of course the blood components are sold to hospitals for patients to use. That is not a bad thing! Shame on this article for misleading people! The thing to remember is that places like the Red Cross are NON-PROFIT — they can only charge a certain amount to recoup their costs and pay their employees. You are indeed a HUGE help to sick people by donating blood. The plasma that Plasma Centers collect and pay you for is mostly used to make NON-TRANSFUSABLE items.
Thank you for your comment. You are indeed correct that organizations like the Red Cross are non-profits and that when they sell blood donations to hospitals, some of the money they make is used to cover the cost of blood tests, processing, and salaries. We really appreciate your input and have included it in the article.
The article has been updated to reflect this information.
The cost of testing is passed on to the hospital. Blood procurement business can make money off of storage, testing, transport… for people who donate platelets, they can donate 3 units at a time, which the company can charge a premium since it’s from a single donor- that triple unit of platelet brings in $2400. However for items that are transfused directly into another person, payment is prohibited by FDA guidelines. The plasma that people sell is not transfused directly into patients, rather it is transformed into various therapeutic products, thus payment is allowed… but the plasma banks are selling it for ten times what they pay their donors.
Hello, Shawn! We have not added this information to the article since our focus is on the donation process rather than how donations are used/sold; however, we appreciate your comment. Thank you again for sharing your knowledge!
Hoe mach money do we het pad for donating a pint of bloed for the first time???
Each time you donate, you’ll donate a pint of blood. Typically you’ll earn about $30 for each donation, though the full range of possible payment is about $10-$60. Payments don’t vary based on how many times you’ve already donated, so even if it’s your first time, you can expect around $30. Most people can donate up to twice a week, which can amount to eight donations per month. That means you could make approximately $240 per month.
What are they testing for when they prick your finger during the physical?
A finger prick is an easy way for your doctor to quickly test your glucose level.
They are testing the hematocrit which is a ratio of cells to liquid, so low hematocrit means you need to drink more water
Interesting and useful information, Shawn! Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
do you have a plasma center here in philippines? i want to donate my blood for money im b+
I recommend contacting the Philippine Red Cross, who may be able to direct you to a blood plasma donation center near you.
Can you get paid more for having gotten certain shots such as having the anthrax shot series. Or small pox.
Yes! In many cases, some blood plasma donation centers do pay more if you’ve gotten certain shots. Here is a good example of that.
I live in Ontario, Canada and I am close to both New York State and Pennsylvania. Would I be able to donate in multiple states to double my plasma giving income? How long does it take before you can donate again?
Plasma donations centers within a certain proximity of one another communicate regularly with one another to verify that donors are complying with donating policies, including frequency of donations. The FDA has guidelines in place for donating plasma to protect your health, so it’s important to abide by these guidelines.
The recommended plasma donation schedule is twice a week, with a waiting period of at least 24 hours between the two donation days. Even if you’re in great physical condition, your body needs time to recover and replenish its supply of plasma. But, by donating on the same two days each week, because of the way your donation days fall during any given month, you could donate a maximum of 8 or 9 times each month.
Biotest has their own way of defining the donor’s week: If your first donation day is, for example, a Tuesday, and your second donation for that week falls on a Friday, then when you return to donate the next week, you can’t come in earlier than Tuesday for your first donation. In other words, once your ‘donation week’ has been defined as starting on a certain day, you can’t start donating on an earlier day in the next consecutive week.
Biotest allows the donors to go online to schedule their donation days/times, which is really helpful and works better for me than being a ‘walk-in’ (donor without a scheduled appointment). Check out the website for your local donation center—you may find coupons that net you extra compensation for your time (you are actually being compensated for your time, not the plasma you are donating), plus you will find information about becoming a regular plasma donor or any special programs that pay additional compensation.
Allow extra time for your first appointment, because you will likely have a physical and then you’ll be allowed to donate if you pass that. Be sure that you are hydrated and have something healthy to eat before donations. (I also hydrate and have a protein snack after donating plasma—you’ll figure out what works best for you.) I hope you find that donating plasma is a rewarding experience.
Gow can I find locations to sell???
Hi, Norma! We have an article here specifically about donating plasma (rather than blood, but as this article explained, do be paid to donate “blood” you have to donate plasma). Out article on plasma donation provides much more information about specific centers that will buy plasma, and where they are located! I hope that helps!
I am looking for a place in boca raton/ delray beach fl 33445
There is a OneBlood Donation Center located in Delray Beach! You can read more about donating your blood plasma at OneBlood here. Best of luck!
Can you donate plasma if you have had cancer. I had breast cancer and have been in remission for,almost 2 years.
We found that most people who’ve had cancer cannot donate plasma for five years following cancer treatment. People who had leukemia, lymphoma, or Hodgkin disease are usually never allowed to donate blood or plasma, regardless of the years since their cancer treatment.
Do you know of any donation centers in Delaware that will pay for plasma. I have been looking, but I am unable to find any.
I researched this for you and was unable to find any donation centers in your state that pay for plasma donation. I am not sure how close you are to Philadelphia or Baltimore, but there are quite a few in these locations.
Where do they donat in Nigeria
I’m sorry, Nigeria is not something we explore in this article.
So how do I got about in regards of gettingng paid for the blood? I just ask them randomly? Sorry it seems unclear to me.
Find a donation center that’s near you, and then call them to make an appointment. They will let you know what you will need to do or bring to your appointment. They can also provide you with information on payment.
I dont see any centers in Longisland, NY;
Do you have any idea on them??
The best way to find a location near you is to click on the links provided in the article. They are located in the Most Popular Places to Donate Blood throughout the United States section. Good luck!
Hi I live in Taunton MA and need to know where I can donate blood near me for cash. I cant seem to find one. And I tried the bloodbath finder and the only one near me that keeps coming up is red cross in raynham ma but I didn’t think red cross pays for ure blood and I need money ASAP for rent currently jobless and looking. Thanks
Unfortunately, due to the volume of comments we receive, we are not able to help with specific, individual requests. If you’ve used the blood bank finder and haven’t come up with a location near you, it’s possible that there are no centers quite close to you. I do see a Viacord in Cambridge, but that might be too far for you to go. Sorry I couldn’t bring you better news!
If you’re interested in donating blood or bone marrow for money, please check out LeukoLab.com. We just opened in Quincy and are actively recruiting for healthy individuals to join our Paid Donor Program.
First step is to fill out a New Donor Screening Form on our website and if you qualify one of our staff will contact you over the phone to discuss next steps.
We pay at $35-200 for whole blood depending on volume taken; we pay between $200-450 for bone marrow; and we pay $200-350 for white cells (as well as a special, mobilized white cell collection that pays up to $1,600 but is very difficult to qualify for).
We hope to hear from you!
Hi I dont have a car right now so it would be hard getting to Quincy
Where are u located
Ameliha, LeukoLab in Quincy is located in the Crown Colony Office Park at 500 Congress St, Suite 1-A.
Our CA location is in Alameda at 1301 Harbor Bay Parkway, Suite 200.
First step is to fill out a New Donor Screening Form online to determine eligiblity.
Thanks for your interest in LeukoLab!
I am a 59 yr old male, aprox 225 lbs. I had a DVT 8 weeks ago and am presently taking Eloquis, 5mgs 2x daily. Would that negate my ability to sell plasma
Since plasma donation policies will vary by location and company, I recommend contacting your local plasma donation location personally to ask them specific questions about your eligibility. They’ll be able to give you the most accurate information. I hope this helps!
I am in New York City. I would like to know where I can donate blood or plasma in New York. Thank you
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like any of the major national plasma donation agencies have a center in your area. However, New York Blood Center does have numerous locations in New York City. Donors with New York Blood Center are not compensated monetarily, but there is a Donor Advantage Program where donors earn points that can be redeemed for gifts or gift cards. You can read more about the Donor Advantage Program on the New York Blood Center website. I hope this helps!
I can’t find any places close to me that I can donate blood for money. I live in Banning, ca 92220.
It looks like the closest blood donation centers that pay for blood are the Octapharma Plasma and GCAM (Green Cross America) centers in San Bernardino. You can use the Octpharma Plasma website to find a location; same goes for the GCAM website. I hope this helps!
Where can i donate the blood and earn money.
I live in Jabalpur MP.
Thanks for your question! Though our article focuses on blood banks in the United States, there are blood banks in India under the management of the India Blood Bank Society. I used the blood bank locator on the India Blood Bank Society site to search for locations in Madhya Pradesh; unfortunately, there were no locations found. You can use the India Blood Bank Society’s blood bank locator to search for blood banks in other states in case you’re visiting. I hope this helps!
I’m looking to donate and get paid for blood, just blood not plasma. Any place in my area for this.
Unfortunately, due to the heightened risk of transmission of diseases through whole blood donation, whole blood donors are not compensated like plasma donors. The reason for this is that plasma is always broken down into protein products before it is administered to another person. This process prevents diseases from being transmitted from the donor. Whole blood, on the other hand, is sometimes administered without additional processing as a blood transfusion; because of this, whole blood carries a higher risk of spreading blood-borne viruses to the recipients. To discourage donors from lying about their health history on the screening questionnaires, whole blood donation is not compensated.
how do I donate and get paid in Ghana
Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to find out anything about donating plasma for compensation in Ghana. It seems that this practice may not be legal in Ghana or there are no large plasma donation agencies that offer this service. I’m sorry I couldn’t bring you better news!
i donet my blood for money my blood group is ab negitive……………..
If you’re looking to get started with plasma donation, a great place to start is with the location finders towards the end of the article. These links will help you find out whether there are donation centers in your area for each of the major plasma donation agencies that we cover in the article. Best of luck, and let me know if I can answer any further questions!
Why is there so much backlash, against purchasing blood wholesale, from folks? Do you think this will ever change, so more money came be generated from strictly blood donations, and not just plasma? what needs to change, in order for that to happen?
The concern about compensating donors for whole blood is due to the risk of patients becoming infected with blood-borne diseases. Certain behaviors and activities, like getting a tattoo or piercing in a non-professional setting or visiting certain countries, among others, can greatly increase the risk of blood-borne diseases. Offering compensation for whole blood donation could encourage donors to lie about their risk behaviors, which heightens the possibility of infected blood being accepted and brought into hospitals. On the other hand, plasma is always broken down into protein products before it is administered to a patient, which means that the risk of transmission is much lower. Because of this, donors are compensated for plasma donations but not for whole blood donations. The only way the current system would be likely to change would be if there was a 100% guaranteed, foolproof method of screening for all blood-borne diseases in whole blood as soon as it’s donated — but such a development isn’t likely to come about any time soon. I hope this helps clarify!
Hiii i wnna donate fr money ……but i am live in egypt … can you tell me what i can do???
Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to find out any specific details about donating blood or plasma in Egypt. The Egyptian National Blood Policy states that “[i]n 1999 MOH&P Decree No. 25 prohibited the collection of blood from paid donors in all government and private blood banks.” However, it’s not clear if there are opportunities for any form of compensation for plasma donation. I was not able to find any such opportunities, but it may be worth trying a quick Google search for “paid plasma donation [your town here]” — that should tell you very quickly if there are places where you can receive any kind of reward for donating plasma in your area. I hope this helps!
I want sell my blood o+ for money.I am in nagapattinam town city.my contact no:9514232450.
Since plasma is blood-type blind (and plasma is actually what you’re paid to donate — not blood), your O+ blood type won’t affect your compensation rate or ability to donate at any of the plasma donation agencies on our list. You’re welcome to use the location finders towards the end of the article to find a donation center in your area. (It is worth noting that the agencies we’ve detailed here only have donation centers in the U.S. — if you’re in the Nagapattinam in Tamil Nadu, different requirements and regulations will apply, so you’ll need to research whether compensation for blood or plasma is legal in your region.) I hope this helps!
I just heard back from the hospital that asked me to donate platelets and they said, “It is against the law in the United States to pay donors for their blood or organ donations as it puts the safety of patients at tremendous risk.”
Any thoughts on this?
The hospital that you spoke to is entirely correct — monetary compensation is never given in exchange for whole blood or organ donation (with extremely limited exceptions). This is because whole blood is sometimes administered directly to another individual in the form of a blood transfusion, so there’s a high risk of donors potentially lying about their risk behaviors and health history and therefore infecting the patients who receive their blood. These restrictions, however, don’t apply to plasma, because plasma is always broken down into protein products before it is administered to another individual. This process breaks down potential viruses and infections that could otherwise be transmitted from the donor, so the risk of patients being infected with a blood-borne disease through plasma is low to nonexistent. We do use the terms “blood donation” and “plasma donation” somewhat interchangeably throughout the article for ease of reference, since the process is fairly similar for the donor and many people still think of it as blood donation (even if what they’re actually giving is plasma). I definitely apologize if the article caused any confusion with the terminology!
Being a Canadian Citizen living in Canada. 70 years of age, male. Able to donate in Canada for $. If yes where. How much? If no, where possible in the U.S.
Thanks for reading
It looks like there are multiple agencies that offer compensation for plasma donation in Canada, just like there are in the US. One such organization is Canada Plasma Resources. However, unfortunately, this agency only accepts donors up to 61 years of age. The eligibility requirements for donors will vary by each agency, as will the compensation amounts. To find more plasma donation agencies in your area, you can try a quick Google search for “paid plasma donation [your city here]”. This should provide you with some local options — just be sure to check the eligibility requirements. I hope this helps!
I live in Northwest Indiana, where can I go to give for sale blood/plalets
There are quite a few organizations that have donation centers in Indiana. Octapharma has locations in Evansville, South Bend, Indianapolis, and Terre Haute. CSL Plasma has a location that will be opening soon in Hobart, IN. Interstate Blood Bank has a location in Hammond, and Biomat has a location in Merrillville. I hope this helps!
Are there any donation centers that offer pay in New Jersey?
It looks like none of the major nationwide plasma donation agencies have a location in New Jersey. However, a regional organization called B Positive does have two locations in New Jersey, one in Glassboro and one in Cherry Hill. According to the B Positive website, qualified donors can donate plasma up to twice per week and earn an average of $50 per week in the form of a reloadable debit card. I hope this helps!
Hi I am looking to sell blood or plasma in New York, I’ve been looking for locations but can’t seem to find any around me. Would you happen to have any suggestions?
KEDPlasma does have a location in Williamsville, NY. Additionally, New York Blood Center has a number of New York locations. Donors with New York Blood Center are not compensated monetarily, but there is a Donor Advantage Program where donors earn points that can be redeemed for gifts or gift cards. You can read more about the Donor Advantage Program on the New York Blood Center website. I hope this helps!
Hi my self deepak nd i donate to blood for money but i dont know how is doing becuase i have no idea plz sugges to me i realy need to money
A good place to start is the last section of the article, which provides location finders for many of the largest plasma donation agencies in the United States. You can use the location finders to find a plasma donation center in your local area. Best of luck and let me know if you have any further questions!
Hi am looking to sell blood or plasma in NJ. Can’t seem to find any locations. Do you have any recommendations?
It looks like none of the major nationwide organizations have a location in New Jersey. However, a regional organization called B Positive does have two locations in New Jersey, one in Glassboro and one in Cherry Hill. According to the B Positive website, qualified donors can donate plasma up to twice per week and earn an average of $50 per week in the form of a reloadable debit card. I hope this helps!
Where in the Allentown area can I donate blood and get money for doing so?
The closest donation centers I can find are a CSL Plasma location in Philadelphia, or a Biomat location in Reading. There is also a Biotest plasma center in Dickson City. I hope this helps!
Where can I dontate plasma in Houston Tx zip code 77069
Octapharma has a Houston location. CSL Plasma has two Houston locations, one on Highway 6 and one on East Freeway. I hope this helps!
I live in St. Pau, Mn. I’m thinking about donating my blood for money. I do have a rare blood type. So not sure where to go? I see places for plasma . Thank you.
While we use “plasma” and “blood” somewhat interchangeably throughout the article, anytime someone talks about being paid for donating blood, it’s actually plasma that is being collected. The reason for this is that plasma is always broken down into protein products before it is administered to another person. This process prevents diseases from being transmitted from the donor. Whole blood, on the other hand, is sometimes administered without additional processing as a blood transfusion; because of this, whole blood carries a higher risk of spreading blood-borne viruses to the recipients. To discourage donors from lying about their health history on the screening questionnaires, whole blood donation is not compensated. Because plasma is blood type-blind, you can donate through any organization on our list (although you won’t be paid more or less than someone with another blood type). I hope this helps!
Give me address nd contect no i need moeny i want to donate blood
If you can provide me with your zip code, I’ll be happy to help you find the nearest plasma donation center!
Where in Marietta, GA can I give blood for compensation?
It looks like there is a CSL Plasma donation center in Smyrna, GA not too far from you. There’s also a KEDPlasma center in Tucker, GA that’s a little farther away. I hope this helps!
i am in baja california mexico is there one out hear?
Unfortunately, it looks like all of the agencies on our list are limited to the United States, and I was not able to find any plasma donation centers in Baja California. You can always try a Google search for “paid plasma donation in [your nearest major city here]”. Best of luck!
How can i donat rite away? And do u trasport?
Many plasma donation centers don’t require an appointment, so unless specified otherwise on the agency’s website, you can find a donation center close to you using the location finders we’ve provided in the article and walk in whenever you would like. The first donation typically takes the longest, about two hours or so. I’m not sure what you mean with your last question. If you can clarify it for me, I’ll be happy to help!
Where can I donate blood and get paid,closest New York, 11210
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like any of the major national plasma donation agencies have a center in your area. However, New York Blood Center does have a Brooklyn location. Donors with New York Blood Center are not compensated monetarily, but there is a Donor Advantage Program where donors earn points that can be redeemed for gifts or gift cards. You can read more about the Donor Advantage Program on the New York Blood Center website. I hope this helps!
Where, Delray Beach Florida,33445
It looks like CSL Plasma has several donation centers not far from your location. Here’s the page for the donation center in Margate, FL. Biotest has a location in Royal Palm Beach, FL (read the details about that donation center here). I hope this helps!