In celebration of Black History Month in February, Blood Centers of the Pacific (BCP) is hosting its second annual “Blood History, Our History” blood drive to encourage at least 87 people to give blood on Saturday, February 23rd, from 10am to 3pm, near Oakland’s Jack London Square area. Click here to download an event flyer.
To add to the family fun and festivities, there will be free food, art workshops and a magic show for kids, as well as raffle prizes. There will also be live performances by Grammy-nominated producer/singer Ira Walker and Reggae artist Zion Roots Sound.
What: 2nd annual “Blood History, Our History” Blood Drive and Black History Month Celebration
When: Saturday, February 23, 10am to 3pm
Where: RTF Educators’ Institute in Jack London Square, 525 4th St., Oakland
To schedule an appointment to donate blood, click here or call Fred McFadden at (415) 354-1381.