The Fairport Angel’s will be hosting their tenth annual blood drive:
Give the gift of life at the annual Fairport Angels Blood Drive on Thursday, June 17, from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm at St. John of Rochester, by pre-registration.
On June 26, we will remember Hannah Congdon, Bailey Goodman, Meredith McClure, Sara Monnat and Katie Shirley and their love for life. Their five families believe that it is appropriate and a positive way to remember each of these angels by encouraging the giving to others through the American Red Cross Blood Drive. This is the fourteenth year anniversary of their life-changing accident.
The Blood Drive will be held at St. John of Rochester:
St. John of Rochester Gymnasium
8 Wickford Way
Fairport, NY 14450
To schedule your life-saving appointment, please contact the American Red Cross:
1-800-RED CROSS (733-2767) or RedCrossBlood.org
Please use sponsor keyword: StJohnOfRochesterFairport. Also, bring your ID and mask to your appointment. Securing an appointment will assist with the coordination of the event, to help with social distancing. All donors will receive a $5 Amazon gift card.
If you are out of state, visit Sleevesup.redcrossblood.org. Click the button in the upper right corner that says ‘Sign In’ with these credentials:
Username: [email protected]
The Fairport Angels Blood Drive averages 70 donors each year, saving 210 lives. Your blood donation can save up to 3 lives!
ABOUT FAIRPORT ANGELS BLOOD DRIVE:
This is the tenth year of the Fairport Angels Blood Drive. During the 2019 Drive, 70 units of blood were collected. These units will help impact and save up to 210 lives! Each unit of blood may impact up to three lives. The drive helps all involved remember our community’s tragic loss of Hannah Congdon, Bailey Goodman, Meredith McClure, Sara Monnat and Katie Shirley, five days following their high school graduation from Fairport High School.
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