This summer, Ross campuses in Madison Heights, Michigan and Granger, Indiana, held blood drives to replenish local supplies. In total, the two campuses collected 38 units of blood. Each unit can save up to 3 lives. That’s a whopping total of 114 potential lives saved!
Did you know that 69 years ago, President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed March as Red Cross Month?
The Madison Heights and Portage campuses have been rolling up their sleeves for a good cause.
In July, Ross Medical Education Center in Madison Heights, located at 29429 John R., held a blood drive in conjunction with the American Red Cross, Southeastern Michigan Chapter, which resulted in the collection of 26 pints of blood. Each pint of blood can be used to help up to 3 people. Ross also added 10 new donors during the drive. …