The Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institute is a Police, Fire and EMS training academy nationally recognized for its dedication to public safety education and training. On Sunday, August 24th...
Yellow Shirts Take Over Mega Blood Drive Yellow is becoming one of New Jersey's brightest and most frequently seen colors! Recently, even Metlife Stadium welcomed 200 members from the World Mission Society Church of God donating blood in their yellow shirts at the Super Bowl Mega Blood Drive on October 6, 2013. The State [...]
164th Worldwide Blood Drive to Give Life through the Love of the Passover The day started out cloudy and gloomy—not a day for a community service blood drive event. However, just as the blood drive extravaganza began, the sun made its grand appearance and shone on the volunteers, donors and performers that were present at [...]
On Sunday, December 11, 2011, the World Mission Society Church of God hosted its Winter 2011 Blood Drive in Ridgewood, NJ in partnership with Community Blood Services. The turnout of the drive came as no surprise to the Recruitment Director at Community Blood Services, Patrice Foresman, and to the returning staff who were involved [...]
December 26, 2010 was not a typical day for the staff of Community Blood Services. Despite sixteen inches of snow falling in the midst of one of the biggest blizzards of the winter, the World Mission Society Church of God carried out its now semi-annual blood drive in partnership with Community Blood Services. [...]
On July 10, 2010, the World Mission Society Church of God joined efforts with Community Blood Services to hold a blood drive, bringing hundreds of donors to give their time and blood to help save a life. Every 2 seconds, someone needs blood in the United States - that could very well be any our [...]
The World Mission Society Church of God was very excited to host its first ever blood drive on December 27, 2009. Community Blood Services came to the Church of God in Ridgewood, NJ not expecting 196 individuals ready and willing to give blood. After hemoglobin testing, 181 people who attended the Church's first drive were [...]