Pittsburgh Pirates PNC Park Blood Drives

Our Pittsburgh Pirates Blood Drives at PNC Park this season will be dedicated in memory of donors Daniel Stern and Irving Younger.
Drive hours are 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.  and dates are:

June 3
June 10
June 24
August 12
August 14

In memory of Tree of Life Synagogue shooting victims

Irv Younger and Daniel Stein were pillars of the community, cruelly taken from us during the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre.

Both were longtime blood donors and huge Pirates fans, and were regulars at our Pittsburgh Pirates Blood Drives at PNC Park. The friends often came to the drives together to donate.

This summer, we are dedicating our PNC Park drives to the memories of these generous men. Please come donate in their honor and show we are #StrongerThanHate.

Participating donors not only transform lives but also receive:
  • Voucher* redeemable for 2 Pirates tickets. 
  • A special gift from the Pirates
As always, free parking will be available in Red Lot #6 on W. General Robinson Street, across from the blood drive entrance. 

*The voucher is good for two (2) Outfield Grandstand Tickets, with the option to upgrade to PBC, Infield Box, Baseline Box, Outfield Box, Bleacher and Home Plate Grandstand for a fee (paid for by donor). Fans may also purchase additional tickets at a discount at the time of redemption (also paid for by donor). Good for all Sunday – Friday regular season home games in 2019 (Excludes Opening Day). Customer must pay any applicable ticket fees. Tickets are subject to availability. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount and is subject to change at any time.

Voucher can be redeemed online or at the ticket office.

Schedule appointment using group code ET31 by:

  • Clicking the Donate button on this website
  • Calling 412-209-7164 or
  • Using the Vitalant-Pittsburgh mobile app.

Thousands of volunteers blood drive coordinators partner with us to ensure a safe blood supply is available for patients who need it. 


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