Coloradans are responding to the tragedy by showing their support for those affected by the Las Vegas concert shooting.
Mary Morris carries her Bonfils Blood Center donor ID card with her wherever she goes. The three-gallon blood donor never expected it would give her the chance to save someone's life while on the open sea.
Coloradans have again proven their generosity, turning out in large numbers to give blood and show their support for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Football is back! Bonfils wants to send you to a home Broncos game this season. Give blood at any Bonfils community donor center or mobile blood drive in October and you'll automatically be entered to win one of two pairs of tickets to a Denver Broncos home game in December.
Congratulations to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Lakewood Stake for 40 years of saving lives with Bonfils.
Every donation makes a lifesaving difference.
Bonfils recognizes blood donors with a lapel pin for every eight donations they make, the equivalent to a gallon.
Blood donors across the country are being asked to give to help ensure patient blood needs can continue to be met despite the effects of Hurricane Harvey.
Giving blood doesn't get much more convenient than donating at the office. Anthem Inc. makes it convenient for its downtown Denver employees to give blood every time they're eligible by hosting Bonfils mobile blood drives in an Anthem conference room six times per year.
Just about every other Thursday afternoon, you’ll find Buel “Rusty” Grout donating platelets for a couple of hours at Bonfils Blood Center’s Denver West community donor center. On Thursday, Bonfils celebrated Grout's 480th donation, equaling 60-gallons.