Manasquan Savings Bank Announces Dates for 2015 Blood DriveApril 1, 2015

Phase-9-Web-Panel-1Manasquan Savings Bank, a community bank headquartered in Wall Township, has announced its plans for an upcoming blood drive, in conjunction with the Central Jersey Blood Center, to be held at its Wall, Landmark Place branch.

The blood drive is scheduled to run from 8AM to 1PM on both Thursday, April 16th, and Thursday, August 20th at the bank’s headquarters, 2221 Landmark Place in Wall Township.

Donations made to the Central Jersey Blood Center will help support the needs of area hospitals and medical facilities in the Monmouth and Ocean County areas. There is currently a local shortage of O+/-, B-, A- & AB- blood supplies. Every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood, according to the American Red Cross.

To participate, donors must be able to present a signature ID, be 17 years of age or older, weigh at least 120 pounds, and be in good health. A preliminary screening will be conducted for each candidate to ensure blood donor eligibility. For questions and to schedule your appointment, please contact Wanda Kulesa 732-292-8457.

About Manasquan Savings Bank:
Manasquan Savings Bank, a community bank headquartered in Wall Township, NJ, has been serving Manasquan and its surrounding areas since 1874. They operate eight branch locations in the Monmouth & Ocean County area and proudly support a number of community-focused, non-profit organizations. With assets over $900 million and a full line of personal & business services, Manasquan Savings Bank has solutions for every type of customer.

About Central Jersey Blood Center:
Central Jersey Blood Center (CJBC) is a community-based non-profit blood collection and distribution organization that has been serving New Jersey for nearly 50 years. In that time it has grown to become one of the premier blood centers in New Jersey, with approximately 65% of its donations coming from mobile blood drive locations sponsored by area partners, businesses, schools and local organizations. For more information, visit http://www.cjbcblood.org/

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