Pullover and save a life
Hoxworth closes out April With a special gift for blood donors
Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, closes out April with an exclusive gift for all blood donors.
Donors who roll up a sleeve at a Hoxworth Neighborhood Donor Center between Monday, April 25 and Friday, April 29 will receive a Hoxworth quarter-zip pullover.
“Every day, patients in local hospitals need blood and platelets to survive traumas, organ transplants, and cancer treatments,” said Alecia Lipton, director of public relations at Hoxworth Blood Center. “Because blood cannot be manufactured in a lab, blood donors are needed to roll up a sleeve to save lives in their community.”
Lipton added that Hoxworth Blood Center needs to collect more than 450 units of blood daily to meet the demands of area hospitals.
Appointments for blood donation are highly encouraged. Donors can schedule appointments by calling (513) 451-0910 or by scheduling online at www.hoxworth.org.
Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, was founded in 1938, and serves more than 30 hospitals in 18 counties in Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana. Annually, Hoxworth collects more than 100,000 units of blood from local donors to help save the lives of patients in area hospitals. Hoxworth Blood Center: Saving Lives Close to Home.
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