Give Back By Giving Blood

Blood Guy Asking You To Donate

Take Advantage Of National Blood Donor Month

Did you have any New Year’s resolutions centered on giving back to your community or the world? If so, January brings a great opportunity for you to actually keep your resolutions this year. Since 1970, January has been celebrated as National Blood Donor month in an effort to prevent colder temperatures and cold and flu season from decreasing the number of donations this month. Give back locally by donating during National Blood Donor Month.

Did you know that just one pint of your blood can save up to three lives? And did you know that the actual donation takes just ten minutes of your time? For a short part of your day and the fluid your body will naturally replace in 24 hours, you can make a significant impact on three families. Every two seconds, someone needs a blood transfusion. You can meet this need with something you already have and all it will cost you is an hour of your time. Why would you not take advantage of this great giveback opportunity?

To donate, you must simply be at least seventeen years old and be feeling healthy. You can give at the Red Cross’s donation site at 1201 S Orange Ave in West Covina. To learn more about how you can make an appointment to donate, head here. We cannot manufacture the blood many ill and hurting people need- it has to be donated from a caring, community-minded person like you!

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