Blood Drive is Oct. 28-29

Give the gift of life Oct. 28–29 at the County Blood Drive set for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m in the Public Works Building, Conference Room C basement, 201 N. Stone Ave.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call the American Red Cross at 800-733-2767, or call Lisa Matthews at 724-4425.
Donors can also text “BLOODAPP” to 90999 on mobile device to schedule or cancel an appointment using the American Red Cross Blood Donor App. They also may make an appointment online at and enter the sponsor code: PCDT.
Blood donation 
Walk-ins are welcome the day of the drive, but appointments take priority, so don’t delay and make yours today!

Our goal:

We hope to collect at least 80 units again during this October blood drive, as the American Red Cross still has a critical need for blood donations. ALL blood types are needed to help patients fight illnesses, including cancer, sickle cell and COVID-19, and to help trauma patients and accident and burn victims recover from injuries.
A critical need still exists for the universally compatible blood type O, which doctors use most when unexpected trauma occurs and the victim's blood type is unknown.

Ever thought of doing a "Power Red" donation?

Power Red appointments are for donors giving a concentrated dose of red cells, the part of your blood used every day for those needing transfusions as part of their care. Ideal blood types for this donation are O positive, O negative, A negative and B negative. Learn more about this 1.5 hour process.

Your blood donation can help save lives! You also can earn 5 Healthy Lifestyle Activity Points for donating by completing the Community Volunteer/Participation Form.
For more information, visit the Community Events webpage or contact Employee Wellness at
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