Blood is More Essential Than Housing and in Shorter Supply
January is National Blood Donation Month and what better way to celebrate than by saving a life? Many people rely on blood donations to survive, such as those who suffer from a variety of maladies like blood disorders, cancer, chronic illnesses, or surgical complications. Though one donation can potentially save up to three lives, blood is in short supply and donors are always needed.
Donating blood is a safe, easy process that requires little time and appointments can be reserved in advance. Whether you decide to visit a donor center, blood drive, or host a blood drive of your own, finding a place to donate blood shouldn’t be what stops you from donating. For more resources on where to donate:
Join us in participating in National Blood Donation Month by scheduling your appointment to donate blood.