Pfeiffer University News
Freshmen to sponsor blood drive to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy
- Published on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 ( 3:34 pm )
On Dec. 6 from 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in the Stokes Student Center Community Room, the freshman class will sponsor a blood drive to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims.
The Freshman Council, which is made up of representative from each Pfeiffer Journey class, was charged with forming a proposal for a spring service project. In addition to planning service opportunities for next semester, the council felt compelled to react to the disaster in the Northeast by coordinating a blood drive in response to the immediate need for blood.
â€œI am excited about everyone coming together as a community for a good cause that will help those in need,â€ said Ashley King, a freshman representative who is helping coordinate the blood drive.
Those who would like to donate blood should make an appointment by visiting www.carolinadonor.org; click on donate and enter the sponsor code: Pfeiffer.
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