United Blood Services has pledged $5 toward the Dylan Redwine reward fund for each unit of blood given on Feb. 22 in Bayfield and March 21 in Durango.
Its through our Community Partnership Program, Nancy Cumming, the director of the agency, said Thursday.
The reward fund for information leading to Dylans recovery tops $50,000. Dylan was 13 years old when he disappeared Nov. 19 from his fathers home in Vallecito.
He was on a court-ordered visit from the Colorado Springs area where he had moved in the summer with his mother.
The parents, Mark and Elaine Redwine, divorced in 2007.
The blood drives will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. Feb. 22 at Bayfield Middle School and at the same time March 21 at the Durango Public Library, which is donating the space.
Cumming recommended that donors call 385-4601, ext. 1100, to make an appointment. Appointments also can be made online at www.bloodhero.com