TBC in the news
As COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations continue to rise, the demand for convalescent plasma, a well-known treatment for those battling the virus, has skyrocketed.
Less than a week from Christmas, people from across the mountains visited local hospitals to give a different sort of gift.
Swamp Rabbits hockey home opening weekend includes blood drive, new regulations to promote fans health and safety: WSPA (SC)
The Swamp Rabbits Hockey team is holding their home opening weekend complete with a night to honor local first responders and heros, a blood drive Saturday and new safety regulations.
Hubbell Lighting, in partnership with The Blood Connection, is inviting the public and local businesses to participate in a blood and convalescent plasma donation drive on Friday, Dec. 4. The event will take place at Hubbell’s 701 Millennium Blvd. campus.
With the need for blood growing every day, you can now help by visiting a new donation site in Greenville.
The Upstate continues to find ways to support each other throughout the coronavirus crisis. In Greenville on Friday, those who have recovered from the virus were able to help those who are still fighting COVID-19.
The Blood Connection (TBC), a Greenville, SC based community blood center, became the exclusive blood provider for Cannon Memorial Hospital locations and Watauga Medical Center locations on Oct. 1, 2020.
Clemson’s annual “Blood Bowl” event is being retooled this year to address COVID-19 issues.
As COVID-19 cuts into sports seasons and tickets sales, business leaders of Greenville’s professional baseball, hockey and soccer teams met last week to raise awareness for “Unite to Fight,” a plasma donation drive.
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