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Greater Chesapeake & Potomac Region

Serving Maryland, Washington DC, Northern Virginia & York and Adams Counties in Pennsylvania

Serving Maryland, Washington DC, Northern Virginia & York and Adams Counties in Pennsylvania
 

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Sickle Cell Donor Program

Sickle Cell Blue Tag

The Greater Chesapeake & Potomac Region of the American Red Cross launched the Sickle Cell Blue Tag Donor Program in September during Sickle Cell Awareness Month. Blue Tags are available at all Red Cross Donor Centers and Blood Drives in Central Maryland, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and York and Adams Counties in PA.

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What's Happening

Donors can now complete a portion of their health history online with RapidPass!
Local Boy Scouts are asking local citizens throughout the South Central Pennsylvania area to give the gift of life and make a Good Turn for America.
 

News

February 3, 2016
Donors needed now after severe winter weather forces blood drive cancellations
January 12, 2016
Presenting blood donors at select locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. in January will receive a coupon for a free pound of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee*
 

Boy Scouts Good Turn for America Blood Drive Program

By hosting blood drives you are empowering your Scouts to do their share, which may help save the lives of family, friends and fellow community members down the street or throughout the nation. Scouts become inspired, empowered and motivated. They have a life-changing experience when they realize they have helped save or sustain lives. Not only do these blood drives help maintain an adequate blood supply, they also provide Scouts the opportunity to develop valuable leadership skills. Involving Scouts in blood drive sponsorship and donation provides them with an indelible life lesson in community responsibility and more.

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