Sponsoring a blood or marrow drive is easy.
Sponsoring blood or marrow drives provides your organization, group or school with a unique way to profoundly impact the lives of people in our community.
First responder's 9-year-old son Grayson needed blood to fight cancer.
Portsmouth Fire Department's Story
The Portsmouth Fire Department formed #TeamGrayson to answer the call by sponsoring a blood drive.
What Our Sponsors Say
"We love having you at our site and so appreciate the work you do!"
-Year Up Providence
"We are proud to have the opportunity to work together to help save lives!"
"Very relaxing place. Really nice friendly people. Thank you for inviting us! We appreciate all your work in helping to save lives!"
-The Potter League for Animals
"Hosting blood drives is a community service opportunity for our students. It's also one of the most fulfilling projects for us! Several of our student body and faculty have needed transfusions. We know firsthand the importance of blood donation!"
-Woonsocket High School
"Working with the RIBC has been a great experience. The RIBC team offers assistance from beginning to end. We look forward to many more successful drives held in partnership with the RIBC!"
-Sturdy Memorial Hospital
Steps to Sponsor
Don't worry our staff will be there for you all along the way.
Contact a Drive Manager
Our team will walk you through how to hold a successful drive and support you along the way.
Pick a Date & Location
To provide a steady blood supply, we schedule drives three months in advance. We'll help you select the right location and space for your drive.
Ask Your Friends & Colleagues
Ask and educate. These are the most effective ways to get people excited about giving blood. We're happy to present to your team about how your donations matter.
Spread the Word
From the posters we provide to tips on signing people up for your drive, we've got resources and tool kits to help you host a successful drive.
Prepare for your donation...then sit back, relax and let us do the rest. When you give, we get it to the patients who need it to save their lives.