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Posted on: May 7, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City of MLT To Support Virtual Blood Drive

Bloodworks Northwest Blood Donation Poster

The City of Mountlake Terrace, in partnership with Bloodworks Northwest, invites you to support our local blood supply by participating in a virtual blood drive during the month of June.

The new Edmonds Waterfront Center, 220 Railroad Avenue, will be serving as a Pop-Up Donor Center this June. Schedule an appointment to donate blood and be one of the first to see the new space! 

Donations will support patients at over 90 local hospitals. It is important to donate now because shortages of all blood types typically occur during the summer months. According to Bloodworks Northwest, if all donors gave blood 2 to 4 times a year, it would help prevent blood shortages. 

Whether you are a first-time donor or a seasoned veteran, this one-hour donation appointment is a safe and essential action and COVID-19 protocols are followed. To help this cause, please take these steps:

Step 1: Visit https://dslnk.co/CityOfMLT to schedule an appointment to donate blood at any Bloodworks Northwest location from June 1st through June 30th. Hurry, spots fill fast, so book your appointment now!

Step 2: On the day of your donation mention City of Mountlake Terrace or our four-digit code “CMLT” when you check in with the registrar. 

Step 3: Sit back, relax, and take pride in contributing to our local blood supply

“The city looks forward to this important effort to replenish our community’s blood supply,” stated Community Relations Director Virginia Olsen. “In addition, the city has scheduled a wellness event to encourage employee participation.”

For more information, visit www.bloodworksnw.org or call (800) 398-7888.

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