Blood drives organized

This year, BloodCenter of Wisconsin is celebrating its 70th anniver- sary of saving lives, serving communities and seeking cures. We are able to advance our life-saving mission thanks to the loyal support of blood donors in Sheboygan County.

Donors of all different blood types are needed, but there is an especially great need for O negative donors. O negative is the universal blood type that is used in emergency situations and is given to trauma patients and newborn babies.

Sheboygan County blood donors can help patients in need at our upcoming blood drive Monday, March 27 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1808 Eastern Avenue, Plymouth. Donors can schedule an appointment by calling 1-877-BE-A-HERO (1-877-232- 4376), or visiting www.bcw.edu.

Help patients like Adelaide

Seven-year-old Adelaide Yost has von Willebrand disease, a bleeding disorder caused by low levels of clotting protein in the blood. Her mom, Katie, also has the disease. When Adelaide was five, she had three spontaneous bleeds and received blood transfusions that helped save her life. “That experience allowed me to reflect on how fortunate we were to have the resources available to treat our daughter,” says Katie.


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