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Providing emergency and life saving blood around the world since 1991.

HOW WE OPERATE.

The Blood Care Foundation has been providing screened blood in an emergency to its members around the world for over 25 years.

The service is aimed particularly at areas of the world where there is a shortage of blood available for transfusion and/or where there is a high incidence of transfusion transmitted diseases in the donor pool; HIV, hepatitis B and C, Chagas disease and malaria for example.

The Foundation also provides emergency deliveries of Human Rabies Immunoglobulin and/or rabies vaccine to members who may have been in contact with a rabid animal.

Membership of the scheme is especially suitable for expatriate communities, business travellers and their spouses, holiday-makers, back-packers and overseas volunteers.

25+

Years

of experience

800

Individual

members

31

Countries

available

70+

Standard operating

procedures

About BCF

During the past 25 years, the Foundation has developed an international network from where screened blood may be dispatched to anywhere in the world in an emergency.

Worldwide 
achievements

As providers of emergency screened blood and rabies immunoglobulin across the globe, the Blood Care Foundation have earned the spotlight of some high profile case studies.

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Charitable
donations

The Foundation is a charitable, not for profit organisation, registered in England and Wales in 1991.

The Foundation's blood is provided by The Swiss Red Cross in Bern, Switzerland, NHSBT in the UK and ...

Providing members access to clean, screened blood when travelling abroad.

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