The following invitation is from our neighbors at Congregational United Church of Christ.
Blood is the precious gift that is essential for patient care of people with life-threatening illnesses, blood disorders and with injuries from
trauma. Sharing a pint of blood is one way to “Love one another.” The Congregational United Church of Christ Blood Drive is Monday, September 25, 2017, in the Fellowship Hall. Appointments are available from 2:30–7:00. Sign up early to reserve your convenient time. With our CUCC members, friends and neighbors, we expect to exceed our goal of 25 pints.
How do I schedule my donation?
Visit www.americanredcross.org and search Find a Blood Drive by entering Congregational UCC in the search bar. You will need to create a
New Donor Registration. Then, you can enter or change an appointment online.
New! Save up to 15 minutes on site by accessing RapidPass online on the day of the donation to complete the pre-reading and answer health history questions. Print your RapidPass or email it to your mobile device and bring either to the drive.
What can I do if I can’t donate now?
For various reasons, many are not eligible to donate. You can still help save lives. Take the hand of friends or neighbors and drive them
to the Blood Drive. Support them in their donation. Make some sweet and salty snacks for donors or serve drinks and snacks. Encourage
students over 17 years old to start a lifelong commitment to donating. For further information on eligibility, visit the same site. Roll up your sleeves. To volunteer to help or with questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org, Blood Drive Coordinator, Board of Christian Service.
Still want more info? Contact Julie Peoples at CUCC.
Photo credit: CUCC