Franklin Township Blood Drive - Urgent Need for Donors!

Urgent Need! Please make an appointment to give blood at Franklin Township Community Senior Center on Friday, August 6th between 9am-3pm. To make an appointment, you can visit www.nybc.org/donate or text 732-616-8736. Appointments encouraged, Walk-ins welcome if social distancing can be maintained. Please help spread the word

Contact Information
  1. Shauna Lynch
  2. 7326168736
  3. slynch@nybc.org
Fri, August 06
9:00 am — 3:00 pm
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Urgent Need! Please make an appointment to give blood at Franklin Township Community Senior Center on Friday, August 6th between 9am-3pm. To make an appointment, you can visit www.nybc.org/donate or text 732-616-8736. Appointments encouraged, Walk-ins welcome if social distancing can be maintained. Please help spread the word

505 DeMott Lane Somerset, NJ 08873

Franklin Township Community Senior Center

505 DeMott Lane
Somerset, NJ 08873

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