Monarch to host a blood drive: Please sign-up
Monarch staff your help is needed.
Jordan Redman, a Monarch volunteer, is currently gathering names of those interested in an effort to host a blood drive at the Monarch offices in Albemarle, N.C. As a member of the National Honor Society at Gray Stone Day School in Stanly County, she has chosen to partner with Monarch as a way to support the community.
Redman needs at least 30 people to commit to giving blood, and is asking for people to sign up at the Pee Dee office. Once 30 people have committed, Redman can turn in the names and schedule a time for the Red Cross Blood Mobile to come to the office. The event will take place in March.
Redman said she decided to partner with Monarch because she has spent time throughout the year working and volunteering for the agency, and in part, because her mom, Sue Redman, budget officer, works at Monarch. She also likes the agency’s community involvement.
“Monarch is big on giving back to the community, and a blood drive is a great way to do that,” Redman added.