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1 hour of your time = up to 3 lives saved!

Our community needs whole-blood donations that are easier, faster and more convenient to give than ever!

Patients and their loved ones are counting on YOU to make a difference! All LifeStream donor centers (San Bernardino, Riverside, Ontario, Victorville, La Quinta, Murrieta) are open 7 days per week. Walk-ins are welcome at all locations.

Make this YOUR week to help save lives! And if you donate by Sunday, Aug. 18, you’ll have a chance to win $2,500!

Remember, the day of donation, get your ExpressPass to make the process even faster! Schedule your appointment below, call 800-879-4484 or download the LifeStream mobile app!

Check out the videos below to learn more about how blood donations saved lives!

When Lexi was running a mile in eighth grade, she passed out. After repeated blackout episodes, a heart specialist found that she had restrictive cardiomyopathy, a disease that would not allow her heart to relax and would lead to heart failure. Lexi was now in need of a heart transplant.
At just 2 years of age, Mariah suffered a severe facial injury. To recover, she needed 10 gallons of blood. Generous LifeStream blood donors helped save her.
Adrian was struck by debris when a car crashed through the school fence as he played at recess. The injuries to Adrian’s right leg were so grave that amputation was necessary.
At just 5 months, Paisley received a heart transplant. Paisley needed many transfusions while the search was on for a compatible heart.

Palm Desert youth Adrian Grajeda to walk in 2019 Rose Parade

Palm Desert High School sophomore Adrian Grajeda, 15, will represent LifeStream blood bank in the 2019 Rose Parade® when he walks alongside the Donate Life™ float, themed “Rhythm of the Heart.”

At 10 years of age, Adrian suffered catastrophic injuries to his right leg from flying debris when a car careened through his school fence during recess. Adrian required emergency blood transfusions to be stabilized for surgery.

“I remember like it was yesterday the ride to the hospital with Adrian, and how much blood he needed just to live,” said Eli Grajeda, Adrian’s father. “We are so thankful for generous LifeStream blood donors. For Adrian to represent them in the Rose Parade is humbling. He takes that responsibility very seriously.”

Sadly, Adrian’s leg had to be amputated below the knee. But he gamely endured grueling physical therapy and a succession of prostheses that culminated with a ‘blade” that enabled Adrian to resume an active, fulfilling life. He was starting safety on the 2018 PDHS junior varsity football team.

And on January 1, he’ll comfortably walk the 5-1/2 mile parade route down Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena and inspire a worldwide audience.

“I’m excited to be part of the Rose Parade® and represent LifeStream blood donors, who saved my life,” Adrian said.“Without them, I wouldn’t be here.”

The Donate Life™ float will include 44 flora graph honorees, 18 float riders and eight walkers – one of whom is Adrian.

Donate Life America, a 501(c3) nonprofit organization, manages and promotes Donate Life™, the national brand for the cause of organ, eye and tissue donation.

The theme for the 130th Rose Parade® is “The Melody of Life.”  The parade begins at 8 a.m. New Year’s Day and will be broadcast locally by NBC, ABC, KTLA and Univision.

LifeStream is the exclusive provider of blood products and services to all Coachella Valley-area hospitals. For more information or to set an appointment, call 800-879-4484 or visit LStream.org.

Adrian Grajeda, blood transfusion recipient and Palm Desert High School sophomore, will be walking alongside the Donate Life Rose Parade Float in the 130th Rose Parade in Pasadena on January 1, 2019!

Watch Adrian represent LifeStream as one of the warriors whose life was saved thanks to LifeStream blood donors! At the age of 10, Adrian was struck by debris when a car crashed through the school fence as he played at recess. The injuries to Adrian’s right leg were so grave that amputation was necessary. View his full story here: Adrian Grajeda’s Story

Donate Life America is a not-for-profit alliance of national organizations and state teams committed to increasing organ, eye and tissue donation.

The theme for the 130th Rose Parade is “The Melody of Life,” in celebration of music. The 2019 Donate Life float’s theme, “Rhythm of the Heart,” depicts an exciting design that invites parade audiences to experience the music of Africa in a vibrant, colorful float.

The Rose Parade will air at 8 AM on ABC, NBC, KTLA, and Univision.

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