Donate Plasma. Get Paid. Save Lives.
We collect high-quality blood plasma to be used in the creation of life-saving therapies. Our donors are compensated for each donation. All blood types welcome. Learn more about how you can become a donor.
Fast & Easy Payments
All plasma donors recieve a B Positive Visa Debit Card for automatic payments.
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How It Works
About Plasma Donations
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B Positive Plasma Locations
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Select a location and schedule your first donation appointment online! First-time donors are encouraged to make an appointment. Walk-ins are based on availability.
You can donate plasma up to 2 times in a 7 day period, with at least 1 day between donations. If you have questions about when you are eligible to donate next, we encourage you to contact us prior to coming in to our center.
B Positive Plasma reserves the right to not allow someone to donate plasma at any time.
B Positive donors are financially compensated for the time they spend donating blood plasma. You can view our Donor Compensation Scale and monthly bonuses here. Qualified donors are eligible to donate up to twice a week and can receive an average of $50 per week in the form of a re-loadable Visa debit card*. Make more money and save more lives when you refer friends to donate at B Positive.
*B Positive reserves the right to not allow an individual to donate twice in one week for any reason at any time.
Thousands of people safely donate plasma every day. All of the materials that come in contact with our donor’s blood are sterile, opened in the donor’s presence, and used only once before being disposed. The equipment that is used to collect the donor’s plasma never comes into contact with the donor’s blood. Donor safety is our number one priority and we aim to meet or exceed all applicable regulatory requirement
Donating plasma is similar to donating blood. A donor will be comfortably reclined in a chair during the actual donation. A needle is placed in one arm and the blood goes through specialized plasmapheresis equipment that separates your plasma from the rest of the blood components. A donor’s red blood cells are then returned to the body using the same needle. All materials that come in contact with a donor’s blood during the plasmapheresis process are sterile and single-use. During your donation, you will have the use of one arm and may use a handheld device or just relax and watch TV. Learn more about the plasma donation process.
Donating with B Positive has been an A+ experience. Highly recommend.
Pretty crowded most days but staff is very friendly, efficient, and through. Money is always loaded within 30 minutes of donation and bonuses are always very enticing.
Clean facilities, friendly and experienced nurses as well as a friendly environment where you can relax and be comfortable.
Very nice and caring fast as easy. I was very thankful to have two of the best workers work with me Nurse Wonder Woman and Anthony thank you!