We can’t thank you enough for the commitment you’ve made to saving lives—but we can recognize your dedication with a token of our appreciation!
Each donation you make to the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center (STBTC) earns points that you may redeem through our online store at our donor portal.
Donors may use their points toward our Wellness Rewards program to receive health screening tests or to receive a thank-you gift.
With these tools, donors can improve their health and that of their families. STBTC has partnered with other health-care organizations to bring you this service.
What are Wellness Rewards?
Donors can earn points to receive select health screening exams at no cost. With these tools, donors can monitor their health and that of their families. You must be at least 18 years old to participate in the Wellness Rewards program. Points are good for two years.
How Does the Program Work?
Donors earn points to redeem for health screening tests. The point system is as follows:
1 point: Whole blood donation
1 point: Plasma donation
2 points: Platelet donation
2 points: Dual red cell donation
Health Screening Tests available are:
2 points: Cholesterol: Lipid Profile
2 points: Diabetes Screening: Hemoglobin A1C
4 points: Prostate Cancer Screening: PSA
To redeem your points, visit our donor portal
or call 210.731.5555, ext. 1936, (or 800.292.5534 ext. 1936), and make an appointment to have a small sample of blood drawn. Testing is done by appointment only at any of our donor room locations. Click here
to find a location near you. The results will be mailed to you within 7 - 10 business days.
You may also transfer your earned points to another person (over the age of 18) so he or she can take advantage of these wellness screenings. Call the number listed above and give your name, number of points you are donating, and the name and phone number of the person who will redeem them. Then, an STBTC rewards supervisor will call them individually for an appointment. You may also donate your points to the Global Blood Fund. To find out more, click here