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Donor Stories

Craig Cline of Salem, Oregon has been donating blood for 26 years. On February 25, 2010, Craig will give his 160th pint of blood at an American Red Cross blood drive. Craig donates blood because he gets a “good feeling” knowing that each pint he gives may help save lives. Craig encourages other people to donate blood with their family and friends. “Create your own Red Cross team, and give blood together,” says Craig. The Red Cross would like to thank Craig for his blood donations, passion and years of support. Donors like Craig who consistently give blood can help save lives and contribute to an adequate blood supply.

—Craig Cline
 

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April 7, 2014
The American Red Cross is a volunteer-based organization committed to helping people in need, in our communities and across the nation. Blood drive sponsors help recruit volunteer blood donors to ensure that blood is available whenever and where ever it's needed. Please join us in welcoming...
April 7, 2014
Blood drive sponsors help ensure that an adequate blood supply is available in our community. Congratulations to these American Red Cross blood drive sponsors who met or exceeded their blood collection goals. Your efforts help ensure a safe and stable blood supply for patients in need. Select the...
 

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