To provide the community with the highest quality blood and blood banking
services at a reasonable cost.
Community Blood Centers of Florida, Inc, (CBCF) is
a non-profit all voluntary blood collection agency. Each year, CBCF collects
over 250,000 pints of blood and blood products for hospital and kidney dialysis
patients. CBCF serves Southeast and Central Florida.
The Blood Center operates 15 donor centers which are conveniently
located throughout South Florida in Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm
Beach counties. In addition, 50 bloodmobiles travel throughout Southeast and Central Florida
on a scheduled basis visiting businesses, places of worship, government
agencies and schools. If you would like to arrange for a bloodmobile to visit
your organization, please contact our Donor Resources department at (954)
777-2626 in Broward; (305) 398-0400 in Miami-Dade;(800) 504-5550 in Palm Beach;
(888) 677-3988 in the Greater Orlando area; or toll-free at (888) 454-2362 or (800)-879-5020.
Community Blood Centers of Florida operates its fully bi-lingual blood center,
El Banco de Sangre, in Miami which houses recruitment, administrative and warehouse
personnel, operates two laboratories, and has its own Hospital Services department.
CBCF is a member of the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB), America's
Blood Centers (ABC), the American Society for Histocompatibility and
Immunogenetics (ASHI) and the Florida Association of Blood Banks (FABB).
It is also licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the
state of Florida. In addition, CBCSF is a donor center for the National
Marrow Donor Program (NMDP).
IRS Form 990 - Year 2012 (Short Period)
IRS Form 990 - Year 2011
IRS Form 990 - Year 2010
IRS Form 990 - Year 2009
IRS Form 990 - Year 2008
Audited Financial Report 2012 (Short Period)
Audited Financial Report 2011
Audited Financial Report 2010
Audited Financial Report 2008-2009
Policy on the Process for Determining Compensation
Whistleblower Protection Policy
Related Party Transactions
Conflict of Interest
Resource Sharing Policy
Blood Donor Bill of Rights
Description of Donation Steps