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Donate the Gift of Life for Your Chance to Win a Pair of Tickets to the Game of a Lifetime: The NHL Final!!

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Sterling, VA – Are you cheering for the Washington Capitals?  The Official Blood Collection Agency of the Washington Capitals, Inova Blood Donor Services, is giving fans a unique opportunity to Rock the Red and cheer on the Capitals with a blood donation.  Donors who donate at specific blood drives and donor centers over the next few…

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Media Advisory: Give Blood, Get Thanks

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Inova Blood Donor Services Holds “Black Friday” Event for Donors Give the gift of life this holiday season. Inova Blood Donor Services is hosting a “Black Friday” Donor Event Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday to ensure an adequate supply of blood during this busy time of year. There are three convenient donor centers participating:…

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Prince William County Police Department to Host A Blood Drive in Honor of Fallen and Wounded Officers

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Sterling, VA – March 25, 2016 – The Prince William County Police Department is teaming up with Inova Blood Donor Services to host a “Blood for Heroes” community blood drive on Monday, April 4, 2016 in honor of its fallen and wounded officers from February’s incident. According to Chief of Police, Stephan M. Hudson, “The…

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Winter Storm Jonas Wallops Blood Collection

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All blood types needed to replenish depleted supply Falls Church, VA – January 25, 2016 – Inova Blood Donor Services has issued a call for eligible blood donors to visit their local fixed site blood donor centers to donate blood and/or platelets as soon as possible. Donors may schedule an appointment, or find a donor center…

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Federal Government Shut Down Cancels Blood Drives

Donors urged to make up deficit FALLS CHURCH, VA (October 1, 2013) – As a result of the federal government shut down, four federal agency blood drives have been canceled resulting in a projected loss of over 300 voluntary donations. Those lost donations would have supported the transfusion needs of 900 patients across Maryland, DC…

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