Old Bridge Elks host blood drive that will impact 160 lives

More than 40 blood donors supported the Old Bridge Elks blood drive on Sept. 29 with their lifesaving blood. One unit of blood can help up to three different patients, so 162 lives will be impacted from this blood drive. The blood supply is at a dangerously low level due to COVID-19, so New Jersey Blood Services is desperately seeking large venues where blood drives can be held while maintaining social distancing.  For more information on hosting a blood drive, email SLynch@nybc.org. To donate blood, sign up at http://tinyurl.com/donatebloodnj Information on donor eligibility and COVID-19 precautions is available at http://nybc.org/coronavirusPHOTO COURTESY OF NEW YORK BLOOD CENTER
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More than 40 blood donors supported the Old Bridge Elks blood drive on Sept. 29 with their lifesaving blood. One unit of blood can help up to three different patients, so 162 lives will be impacted from this blood drive. The blood supply is at a dangerously low level due to COVID-19, so New Jersey Blood Services is desperately seeking large venues where blood drives can be held while maintaining social distancing.  For more information on hosting a blood drive, email SLynch@nybc.org. To donate blood, sign up at http://tinyurl.com/donatebloodnj Information on donor eligibility and COVID-19 precautions is available at http://nybc.org/coronavirusPHOTO COURTESY OF NEW YORK BLOOD CENTER

More than 40 blood donors supported the Old Bridge Elks blood drive on Sept. 29 with their lifesaving blood. One unit of blood can help up to three different patients, so 162 lives will be impacted from this blood drive.

The blood supply is at a dangerously low level due to COVID-19, so New Jersey Blood Services is desperately seeking large venues where blood drives can be held while maintaining social distancing.

For more information on hosting a blood drive, email SLynch@nybc.org.

To donate blood, sign up at http://tinyurl.com/donatebloodnj

Information on donor eligibility and COVID-19 precautions is available at http://nybc.org/coronavirus