REVIEWER: Hollie Trow, chief financial officer of Bonfils Blood Center.

BACKGROUND: Bonfils Blood Center, established during World War II, was Colorado's first community blood bank. Today, Bonfils Blood Center operates nine community donor centers, serves more than 115 healthcare facilities and collects more than 200,000 units of blood every year. The organization consists of six independent companies and offers a variety of services in addition to the blood center, including the Colorado Marrow Donor Program (CMDP), Laboratories at Bonfils Hemo-Net, an application server provider and a foundation.

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