Jones County Junior College is hosting their seasonal blood drive with United Blood Services.
The blood drive will be located in the physical education building at JCJC. The United Blood Services will be at JCJC on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
Several JCJC clubs are taking part in this blood drive, but that does not mean the doors are not open for the public. United Blood Services encourages everyone to take a little time out of their day, in effort to help save some lives.
However, there are certain requirements for both men and women in order to donate.
Sr. Donor Recruiter, Beverly Clark says on average, 8/10 people can donate.
With those odds, the United Blood Services welcomes everyone to try and help save a life.