American Institute Clifton Hosts Blood Drive

January 2014, Clifton, NJ– Every two seconds, someone in the United States is in need of blood. Blood cannot be manufactured; it can only come from generous donors. Hosting blood drives is the main way of assuring that those who are in need of blood receive it, and our Clifton campus hosted the Blood Center of New Jersey for a blood drive in January.

More than 70,000 people in the U.S are affected by the sickle cell disease and 1,000 of these are babies born with the disease. People who have this disease require frequent blood transfusions throughout their lives, and will not survive if they do not receive these transfusions. Over 9 million Americans donate every year, and this is what keeps these people alive; we’re proud that our Clifton team can be part of helping those in this great cause.

On a snowy & blustery day, 27 people came out to donate blood at our Clifton campus. These 27 individuals helped give people in need another chance at life, and we cannot thank them enough. Admissions Representative, Theresa Baretto, stated,“This was a great turn-out and I’m so happy everyone was able to donate despite the weather.”

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