Capitol Hill part of National Gay Blood Drive to bring attention to FDA ban

8e72K_lNCapitol Hill will host the Seattle location for a nationwide blood drive Friday to bring attention to the FDA’s ban on blood donation from gay and bisexual men. The National Gay Blood Drive will take place in more than 60 cities. Gay and bisexual men are asked to bring eligible donors to the drive location at Seattle Central from 1 to 7 PM on July 11th:

There is a constant need for blood & donors are essential in replenishing the supply. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) bans gay & bisexual men from donating blood. On July 11th, a nationwide blood drive will take place to bring attention to the ban & help save lives. Gay & bisexual men will show their willingness to contribute by bringing allies to donate in their place. This grassroots effort to create change cannot happen without YOU.

Sign up to lead, volunteer, or participate: http://gayblooddrive.com/

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