It’s not every day that a person can say they saved someone’s life. But that’s the power of donating blood.

The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township, in partnership with the American Red Cross, will hold a community blood drive on Sunday, March 8 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the church at 240 Southern Boulevard.

If you are between the ages of 17 to 76 and in good health, you are a candidate for blood donation. Donors aged 16 can donate with parental permission after proper forms are completed. Most donations take about an hour, so book your appointment, roll up your sleeve and become a part of the lifesaving mission of the Red Cross. Each pint of blood collected can help save up to three lives and will touch the lives of so many more. If you are healthy and eligible, please come out to donate. To check eligibility, visit the American Red Cross website at

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Reservations are requested. To schedule an appointment, register on the PCCT website at  Walk-ins are also welcome. On the day of donation, eat a healthy breakfast, drink extra fluids, and bring picture ID. The Blood Drive is part of the church’s community outreach and mission efforts.

The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township is a vibrant, multi-generational congregation that celebrates the glory of God through faith, fellowship and service. Drawing members from three counties and more than 20 communities, it welcomes all, whether you are a young family, a single adult, or a couple with grown children. The congregation reflects diverse perspectives, provides rich music and education programs for all ages, and through social outreach addresses hunger, homelessness and recovery from disasters or other crises. Follow PCCT on Facebook and Instagram to see the church in action. For more information, visit or call 973-635-2340.