Stanford Blood Center's Limited Edition “Grateful for Life” T-Shirt Makes a Comeback This July

We are excited to share that Stanford Blood Center's popular “Grateful for Life” T-shirt giveaway is back for its 20th year and are hoping you can help us spread the word. 
 
Here are more details on the giveaway:

WHAT:              
Stanford Blood Center is running one of its most well-loved promotions during the month of July. Everyone who donates will receive this year’s "Grateful for Life" collectible tie-dye, featuring a colorful 1960s Fillmore style design, available only for 2024.

WHEN:             
Donate blood July 1 – 31, 2024 

WHERE:            
Stanford Blood Center donation sites in Menlo Park, Mountain View, Campbell and Dublin or any mobile blood driveFind your nearest location HERE.

WHY:                
There is an ongoing need for all blood types, especially type O. Please help ensure there is blood available for patients this summer.

NOTE:               
Visit stanfordbloodcenter.org/GLT2024 for more details on the T-shirt giveaway.

Appointments can be made online at stanfordbloodcenter.org, via the SBC app, or by calling 888-723-7831 or texting to 999-777. 

Donors should be in good health with no cold, flu, or COVID-19 symptoms. Be sure to eat well prior to donation, drink fluids, and bring a photo ID. Donors must be at least 17 years of age (or 16 with a parent or guardian’s consent). Eligibility information can be found at stanfordbloodcenter.org/eligibility or by calling 888-723-7831. 

About Stanford Blood Center
Stanford Blood Center (SBC) is an independent, community blood center that supplies blood products and testing services to multiple Bay Area hospitals and is a recognized leader in the fields of transfusion and transplantation medicine. SBC was created at the Stanford University School of Medicine in 1978 to meet the complex transfusion and transplant needs of Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, as well as provide clinical trial services and specialized blood products for researchers. Today, the center remains locally focused, serving community hospitals, patients and donors, while contributing to research and advancement that impact the world at large. More information is available at 
stanfordbloodcenter.org.  
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