Support Team LAFD at a 'Battle of the Badges' Blood Drive Event

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 |

Members of the Los Angeles Fire Department and their families welcome you to join them for the Battle of the Badges. This spirited competition among more than 200 Southern California public safety agencies has us seeking healthy blood donors - like you!

Why You?

In Southern California, less than 3% of the population donates – leading to frequent shortages of the most-needed types of blood. At a time when donations traditionally decline, Firefighters and Paramedics need your help to ensure a healthy blood supply in our region.

You can support "Team LAFD" during this competition - which is open to the public, as each donor can cast a vote for their favorite public safety agency.

Your participation is quick and simple. Just pick a date and call the Los Angeles Fire Department member listed below to schedule your appointment:

Thursday, March 6, 2014 (7:00 AM - 1:00 PM)
Fire Station 5 (Westchester)
8900 Emerson Ave
Captains: Chris Hare (A) & Stacy Taylor (B) | 213-485-6205

Monday, March 10, 2014 (9:00 AM - 3:00 PM)
FHMTC (Elysian Park)
1700 Stadium Wy
Captain: Matt Ott | 213-893-9838

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 (7:00 AM - 1:00 PM)
Fire Station 64 (South Los Angeles)
10811 S Main St
Captain: Kevin Schilling | 213-485-6264

To thank you for helping LAFD meet the challenge, blood donors will receive a gift bag including a Battle of the Badges Galaxy ticket offer to Heroes Night, Mimi's FREE dessert coupon, a special Clipper ticket offer and Admission for two (2) at the Laugh Factory. Most importantly, you will have the satisfaction of knowing you joined LAFD members and their families in saving lives.

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Adam VanGerpen said...

Thank you for sharing this. I will be sure and sign up to donate blood and spread the word for others to sign up for this worthy cause.

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