Meet Us At The Mound – Donate Blood!
Take me out to the ball game! In 2020, that wasn’t an option – but BASEBALL IS BACK! That means – our Lifesaver League Blood Drives are back too! If you’d like to root root root for the home team with us, we’ll meet you at the mound/blood drive on the dates below!
*Click on the red letters below to make your appointment.
Greenville Drive Blood Drives :
- Saturday, May 1st
- Saturday, June 26th
- Saturday, August 22nd
Asheville Tourists Blood Drives:
- Tuesday, May 11th
- Friday, May 9th
Durham Bulls Blood Drives:
- Saturday, May 22nd
- Saturday, July 17th
- Saturday, September 11th
Charleston RiverDogs Blood Drives:
- Thursday, June 3rd
- Thursday, August 12th
Our mission is so important that we can’t strike out. A batter gets three chances before he’s out. Sometimes patients only have one chance to live another day. That chance could come from a loyal blood donor, like you! We get really fired up when baseball season comes back around. It’s the time honored tradition that American families have adored for decades. And it’s our time to ask our communities to step up to the plate, and donate blood.
The Lifesaver League is a partnership with local baseball teams. It all started about ten years ago with the Greenville Drive. We hit it out of the park so much that when TBC expanded into North Carolina, we pitched the idea to the Asheville Tourists and Durham Bulls. Boom, Lifesaver League was born. Now we’ve expanded in Charleston and have the Charleston RiverDogs on board. These teams really are in a league of their own; a league that represents the true sense of teamwork to bring someone home. Not to home base…home to their family. One blood donation has the power to do that for three people.
In the same way baseball fans have a sense of camaraderie every game, TBC’s mission is to engage the community to donate blood and save lives. Teaming up with these teams has truly been a home run. Baseball fans get the chance to become donors and life savers, impacting people in their communities. We need more Allstar players on our team.