Donate COVID-19 Plasma

If you have fully recovered from COVID-19, you may be able to help patients currently fighting the infection by donating your plasma. Because you fought the infection, your plasma now contains COVID-19 antibodies. These antibodies provided one way for your immune system to fight the virus when you were sick, so your plasma may be able to be used to help others fight off the disease.

Convalescent plasma is the liquid part of blood that is collected from patients who have recovered from the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2. COVID-19 patients develop antibodies in the blood against the virus. Antibodies are proteins that might help fight the infection. Convalescent plasma is being investigated for the treatment of COVID-19 because there is no approved treatment for this disease and there is some information that suggests it might help some patients recover from COVID-19.

People who have fully recovered from COVID-19 for at least two weeks are encouraged to consider donating plasma, which may help save the lives of other patients. COVID-19 convalescent plasma must only be collected from recovered individuals if they are eligible to donate blood. Individuals must have had a prior diagnosis of COVID-19 documented by a laboratory test and meet other donor criteria. Individuals must have complete resolution of symptoms for at least 28 days before they donate, or alternatively have no symptoms for at least 14 days prior to donation and have a negative lab test for active COVID-19 disease.

I have no words to express my gratitude for everything you did not only for my dad and making this miracle happen so fast but for so many other people I know you have helped. I know you have been talking to my cousin and I understand you are on a mission to save lives. You have definitely been an INSTRUMENT OF GOD. My dad is stable, fighting the good fight since through your intervention and God’s grace he received what he needed the most. For now I am spreading the word and looking for donors that can assist in this mission. I want to help you in any which way to make a difference

Eternally grateful

~  Maria Moral

During the 45-minute process at a Pompano Beach location, where OneBlood’s bus is collecting plasma, Mangus said he kept thinking about patients in the intensive care unit.  “This isn’t a situation that they are guaranteed to survive -- but what they are guaranteed with this donation is hope,”

~ Mangus

I want to Thank Paul J Laroche from #healasone. Today I witness never to loose my faith . As I was being told yesterday my Mothers blood pressure was very low and I was asked to go visit her through a glass today 💔 , not knowing if it will be my last . Here came Paul and made a miracle happen. The hospital had days waiting for Plasma because it’s a process like everything else . Paul spoke to me last night at 11:15 pm he had heard I needed Plasma and was willing to HELP , by 2pm today the Plasma had been received and by 7 Pm my mom had received the treatment . We all know it’s a waiting game because it’s a tryout but my heart is content because I know I did what I needed to do as a daughter . PLEASE If you know anyone that has tested positive and has recovered from the COVVID 19 and can donate and save a life do not hesitate In contacting : Info@healasone.org . Helping one another is the only way to avoid all these deaths . At least we try. 🙏🏻

~ Grateful Daughter

This is an Innovative, compassionate and very humble solution.

~ Juana

You three have made such a difference in my life in just 24 hours.  I have to share the best news I’ve had in awhile with all of you amazing people! My father had a plasma transfusion today from an anonymous donor! I can’t thank the thousands of people who have shared my post individually, but I do have to say that this has changed me. I am beyond grateful for the outpouring of kindness and the generosity of family, friends and complete strangers in this crazy quest. I wish that I could thank each of you, and I wish that I could hug each and every one of you for taking the time to help my father. I still want to encourage anyone who has recovered from this horrific virus to donate plasma and possibly save someone’s life. Thank you to Paul Laroche and his amazing team at Heal as One for being an advocate and giving me hope when I was starting to lose it. They worked feverishly to help locate and arrange a plasma donor for a complete stranger, and I am forever grateful. Please email them if you need assistance at info@healasone.org.

~ Melissa