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The Red Cross provides about 40% of our nation’s blood and blood components, all from generous volunteer donors. But supply can’t always meet demand because only about 3% of age-eligible people donate blood yearly.

Community blood drives are critical to maintaining a healthy blood supply in the U.S.—especially while many offices and schools remain closed due to the pandemic. Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood, from accident victims to children battling cancer to mothers giving birth. Healthy volunteer donors are the key to helping save lives. Join the Atlanta History Center for a blood drive to give back.

10-3pm ET on Thursday June 17.

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