The American Red Cross has a donor ID number lookup tool on its website. You can also call the Red Cross at 1-800-RED CROSS or contact your local chapter.
Red Cross Donor ID
Donate a Hashtag (for life), by McCann Lima to Red Cross
The donor number is the number that appears on the top right of your blood donor card.
If you’re a US citizen, you can register for the Red Cross donor ID here: https://www.redcross.org/donate/donor-id-and-password. This will allow you to make online donations and see your donation history.
The Red Cross does not have a record of your blood type. The Red Cross collects and tests blood donations for transfusion purposes. They do not store information about your blood type.
CSL Plasma is a company that offers plasma donations. If you are an existing donor with them, your donor ID will be on the back of your donor card. Otherwise, you can find it on your CSL Plasma donation receipt.
O+ blood type is not rare. It is the most common blood type in the world, making up about 40% of the population.
A lifestream donor ID is an identification number that donors can use to track their donations. It is a unique identifier that allows the donor to receive recognition for their donations and other benefits.
Type O blood is the universal donor because it is the only type that can be given to any other type.