Tuesday marks the end of Red Cross Month but before that wraps up, Local22/Local44 held its annual blood drive on Monday.
American Red Cross Month wraps up on March 31st.
The Home Fire Preparedness Program provides free smoke alarm installation and services to those in need.
One pint of donated blood can save 3 lives. Trauma surgeons see the importance of that every day. In a trauma center, blood needs to be ready.
Dorothy Bartlett works the canteen at the Burlington Donor Center. She also tags along with her husband, Alden, transporting goods and blood across the region.
Meet David Cranmer. He makes it a point to personally thank blood platelet donors in at the Red Cross Blood Donor Center in Burlington.
Between homework, part time jobs, or extracurricular activities, high school students are pretty busy. But Emily Mitchell, a senior at Tupper Lake High School added another item to her to-do list: planning a blood drive.
John Villere of Colchester makes bi-weekly trips to the American Red Cross Donor Center in Burlington to donate blood.
The North Clarendon community joined together today to donate blood in remembrance of a local high school student who passed away a few years ago.
Volunteers are literally the life blood of the American Red Cross.
Giving the Gift of Life: Red Cross Blood Donations Needed
About 100 people came to a blood drive in St. Albans at the Collins Perley Sports Complex.
The twins of Earl and Alexis Handy needed numerous blood transfusions after being born about 10 weeks premature.