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How to: 5 Steps to Organizing A Blood Drive

Malika Chopra | GOOD


Have you given blood before? It’s quick and it saves lives. Donated blood is used for all sorts of treatments, from anemia to leukemia. How about taking things a step further by organizing a local blood drive at your next community event? If you get at least 10 people to donate blood, you are already saving up to 30 lives. Plus, it’s a great way to raise health awareness in your local community. The local American Red Cross is more than happy to provide support and equipment to get your first blood drive up and running…

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