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Fleetwood Bank hosts Community Blood Drive in Shoey

Fleetwood Bank hosted a Community Blood Drive at the Shoemakersville branch on March 12.

“Together, the community successfully collected 20 units, all of which will be donated locally to area hospitals to ensure our neighbors and other community members in need are helped,” Fleetwood Bank said in a statement.

Fleetwood Bank hosted a Community Blood Drive at the Shoemakersville branch on March 12. From left to right: Fleetwood Bank branch manager Nicole Link, Mobile Unit Assistant for Miller-Keystone Blood Center Joe Baddick, account manager for Miller-Keystone Blood Center Barbara Gates, and Fleetwood Bank financial service representative Haylee Schaner. (Photo courtesy of Fleetwood Bank)
Fleetwood Bank hosted a Community Blood Drive at the Shoemakersville branch on March 12. From left to right: Fleetwood Bank branch manager Nicole Link, Mobile Unit Assistant for Miller-Keystone Blood Center Joe Baddick, account manager for Miller-Keystone Blood Center Barbara Gates, and Fleetwood Bank financial service representative Haylee Schaner. (Photo courtesy of Fleetwood Bank)

This was the fourth blood drive that Fleetwood Bank has hosted at the Shoemakersville branch in collaboration with Miller-
Keystone Blood Center.

“Miller-Keystone Blood Center desperately needs platelet and blood donors. Every day, we need approximately 350 donations to meet the transfusion needs of our local hospitals. There is no substitute for blood, the only source is you, the volunteer blood donor,” Barbara Gates, account manager for Miller-Keystone Blood Center, said in a statement.

Fleetwood Bank branch manager Nicole Link donates blood on the Miller-Keystone Blood Center mobile coach during Fleetwood Bank's Community Blood Drive at the Shoemakersville branch on March 12. (Photo courtesy of Fleetwood Bank)
Fleetwood Bank branch manager Nicole Link donates blood on the Miller-Keystone Blood Center mobile coach during Fleetwood Bank’s Community Blood Drive at the Shoemakersville branch on March 12. (Photo courtesy of Fleetwood Bank)

Miller-Keystone Blood Center’s mission is to save lives by partnering with the community to provide a continuous supply of blood products and services. Miller-Keystone Blood Center is a member of America’s Blood Centers, a national network of independent, non-profit community blood centers that provide approximately 60% of the blood products transfused in the United States. For more information, visit giveapint.org.


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