Georgia State's annual Blood Drive proved to be another successful and beneficial service and support project for the Atlanta community.
Between 400-500 registered today at the Sports Arena to donate their blood, with nearly 100 more folks volunteering their time to help in the beneficial cause.
"We really appreciate the enthusiastic support of the all the donors and all the volunteers who took time to help," said Sidney Ball, Assistant Director for Academic Support and the Athletics coordinator for community events.
"Everyone stepped up to make this a successful event and it is always for a great cause," Ball added. "Thanks to all who participated in this event."
Be on the lookout as lots of the free Lifesaver t-shirts given out probably will be worn proudly around the campus and town.
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