TBC in the news
For the 17th time, Clemson University has won the annual Blood Bowl, one of the largest collegiate blood drives in the nation with the help of community blood center, The Blood Connection (TBC).
Clemson’s Alpha Phi Omega and The Blood Connection hosted the annual Blood Bowl on campus before the Thanksgiving holiday break.
The Blood Connection is helping a Florida-native donate blood in every state. Steve Harrell has donated blood with TBC in 2 states, North and South Carolina.
A mother from Taylors tells her story about how TBC blood donations saved her life after the birth of her first child.
The Blood Connection (TBC) and Moe’s Southwest Grill® are working together to save lives in their shared communities.
In June, 15-year-old Jordan Freeman was diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Because blood transfusions are an important part of her treatments, Jordan’s father, Mark Freeman, has led the charge to host blood drives in the area since Jordan’s diagnosis.
As evacuations begin for those in the path of Hurricane Dorian, The Blood Connection has also been forced to move its coastal resources out of the Charleston area.
After the tragedies in El Paso and Dayton, The Blood Connection reminded the community to continuously donate blood to maintain an adequate blood supply in the Upstate.
The Post & Courier helped TBC spread the word about its partnership with Outback Steakhouse.
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