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Donate to AABB/NBF 

If you want to help but cannot donate blood or if you already donate blood but want to do even more, please consider a financial contribution to NBF. NBF is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Donations to NBF help fund scientific research grants that benefit patients, donors and the safety of the blood supply.

To make a donation online, please click on the links below where you would like your donation to be allocated:

NBF General Donation Fund

Sally Frank Memorial Fund, a tribute fund to Sally Frank, a medical technologist, who dedicated her life to transfusion medicine.

Tibor Greenwalt Memorial Fund, a tribute fund to Dr. Tibor Greenwalt, pioneer in transfusion medicine and founder of AABB’s journal TRANSFUSION.

Or if you prefer,

Send contributions, payable to NBF to:

Donation Form (PDF)

AABB/NBF
8101 Glenbrook Road
Bethesda, MD 20814

For the friend, colleague, family member or boss “who has everything,” consider a donation to the NBF for birthdays, anniversaries or for the holiday gift-giving season. They will receive a letter acknowledging your generous gift in their honor and be acknowledged on the NBF website, too.

Memorials to departed friends, family and colleagues show your remembrance of their lives and what they meant to you. Memorials and tributes (to the living) will be acknowledged with letters and a placement on the NBF webpage.

Your generosity will be acknowledged on the AABB website and in appropriate AABB publications.

Questions? nbf@aabb.org

Need more information? Call 301-215-6552. Thank you! We couldn’t do it without you!

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