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I began donating whole blood when I was a high school student in the late 1970's. I lost my father to cancer at the age of three. I didn't know that it was cancer until I was much older, but that has always been my motivation for giving. I have always felt a strong desire to give of myself for others, especially when I have been blessed with such good health.   I am always urging others to give blood if they are able. Two of my three children are now blood donors as well! My youngest being 16-years-old, was just able to give for the first time last fall at his high school with the new lower age limit. I am going to encourage him to give again this month at their spring blood drive.   I am also on the National Bone Marrow registry and pray that some day I will be able to save another life through a gift of marrow as well! Some people think lifetime donors like me may be a little crazy, but it is so comforting to know that a little of my time can give someone a LOT of time.....their LIFE!
—Kim Pierce
 

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Be a hero with Huskeradio and the American Red Cross when the Battle of the Badges returns on Sept. 11..
 

News

August 21, 2014
OMAHA, Neb. — An American Red Cross blood drive will be held during the Omaha FC Soccer Invitational tournament on Sunday, August 31 in memory of Jim Johnston who was tragically killed while riding his bicycle in March. Johnston made a tremendous impact in the community as a teacher, athletic...
August 14, 2014
OMAHA, Neb. — It’s the blood drive with a rock concert attitude, and it comes at a time when the American Red Cross urgently needs donors to turn up the volume.  
 

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