Mansfield High Blood Drive Monday

LifeShare will hold a blood drive next Monday at Mansfield High School.  The blood drive will take place in the Old Gym and it’s open to the public.

The goal is 30 units or more.  LifeShare said, “Collect 30 units of blood and Mr. Demetri Hill gets an ice-bucket bath!”

Philip Maxfield, coordinator of the drive, said, “We all know that blood is needed for our community and more so during the holidays. LifeShare Blood Center is low of all blood types and they’re looking at us to help.

A good number of donors is anticipated at this drive so to make it run smoothly, please go to the website to sign up to donate. If you don’t know what time you want to donate choose “Plan on coming.”

Sign up link: Walk-ins are welcome but signing up in advance helps the staff assure the drive runs effectively and they don’t run out of supplies. Donors with appointments will start screening at their respective time slot.

Members of the public can donate in honor of a donating student to earn them Honor Cord credit. Before arriving, eat a good meal and drink plenty of water. Bring a picture ID. Sixteen-year-old students are required to bring the parent consent form.

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