FLORENCE, S.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Blood Connection (TBC), a local non-profit, community blood center is now staging mobile blood drives out of its new operations hub in Florence, SC. This milestone comes shortly after the organization began hosting blood drives in the community, which support local hospitals.
“We are excited to take this next step in deepening the roots of our organization here in Florence,” said Delisa English, President and CEO of TBC. “TBC is grateful for the support of this community and we are looking forward to further growth here.”
The newest operations hub for the organization will serve blood drives in Florence, Little River, Grand Strand, and most of the surrounding area. TBC’s other operations hubs are in Greenville, SC, Charleston, SC and Raleigh, NC. TBC says the operations hub is just the beginning, as it is also working to open a blood donation center in Florence later this year.
If you would like more information about The Blood Connection, please visit thebloodconnection.org. To find a blood drive nearest to you, visit thebloodconnection.org/donate. If you are interested in hosting a blood drive at your business, church, neighborhood, etc., please call 864-751-1166.
About The Blood Connection
Founded in Greenville, SC, The Blood Connection has been committed to saving lives since 1962. TBC is an independently managed, not-for-profit, community blood center that provides blood products to more than 70 hospitals within Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Recognized by the U.S. Congress for its dedication to disaster preparedness and the community, TBC works diligently to collect blood from volunteer donors to meet the ever-increasing demand. By keeping collections local, TBC serves hundreds of thousands of patients a year in its communities. TBC is licensed and regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. For more information, visit thebloodconnection.org.