Sharon Shrine Jeep Patrol, Texas Oncology, Saint Matthews Catholic Church to Host Carter BloodCare Community Campaigns – The Gilmer Mirror

Help your neighbors in need: save local lives by donating blood

LONGVIEW, Texas (June 13, 2022) – Donating blood is a simple and healthy way to help other Texans and support the well-being of the local community.

People need blood at all times of the day. They include elderly people with age-related health problems, mothers experiencing difficulties in childbirth, victims of road accidents and trauma, children with anemia and many others. who depend on an available community blood supply.

Sharon Shrine Jeep Patrol invites area residents to support their neighbors in need by donating to the Carter BloodCare drive from 4-8 p.m. Thursday, June 16. The blood drive takes place at 3044 N. Eastman Road in the Hampton Inn & Suites conference rooms. For more details or to schedule a time to donate to save local lives, contact Eric Bartlett at (903) 576-2552.

Texas Oncology Longview Cancer Center invites Longview residents to donate Carter BloodCare from noon to 5 p.m. on Friday, June 17. The drive takes place at 1300 Fourth St. in the Carter BloodCare bus parking lot. For more details or to schedule a time to donate to save local lives, contact Donna Case at (903) 757-2122.
Saint Matthews Catholic Church invites local neighbors to donate at the Carter BloodCare drive from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 19. The blood drive takes place at 2800 Pine Tree Road in the parish hall. For more details or to schedule a time to donate to save local lives, contact Eric Bartlett at (903) 576-2552.

Residents can also obtain a place at the blood drive by:

Call: 800-366-2834

To visit : CarterBloodCare.org and clicking on the Donate Now tab

Each blood donor will receive free Give For Texans T-Shirtavailable in sizes M to 3XL while supplies last.

About Carter BloodCare

Carter BloodCare is an independent community blood transfusion center that provides transfusion resources to more than 180 medical facilities in more than 50 counties in North, Central, and East Texas. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is one of the largest blood programs in Texas, providing more than 450,000 blood products annually to meet the needs of hospitals for their patients. Services include collection, processing, specialized laboratory testing, storage and distribution of blood and blood products. Your Community Blood Center.

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