NAIN Member showcase- IACO celebrates Power in the Blood campaign.


Interfaith Association of Central Ohio (IACO) celebrates American Red Cross Interfaith Reception, May 19

Blood does not recognize differences, only the oneness in humanity sharing this vital life force. 

“Your faith community can help sustain blood supplies in your local area and across the nation. Simply share the importance of donating blood—via announcements, bulletins, e-mails and word of mouth. Most importantly, you can offer a convenient blood donation location for giving the gift of life.

Join us as we celebrate the coming together of many different faiths to help save lives and energize our spirits for the Power in the Blood campaign! Learn more about our efforts and how you can help by attending this event.

If you are in the area, on behalf of the Diversity Leadership Council of the American Red Cross, all are invited to the Interfaith Reception at Nationwide Children’s Hospital on May 19, 2011 from 5:30- 7:00 in Stecker Auditorium.  Parking will be free.”

Visit www.redcrossblood.org/centralohio (and click on the Calendar of Events on the left)
E-mail Lisa Moody at MoodyLi@usa.redcrossblood.org or call Lisa at (614) 253-2740 ext 2281

Valerie Tiu
tiuv@usa.redcross.org

Diversity Blood Services AmeriCorps Member
American Red Cross
Central Ohio Blood Services Region
995 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43205-1339
(614) 253-2740 ext. 2490 (p)

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