Lt. Governor Crouch Urges Hoosiers to Raise Your Sleeve!

To my fellow Hoosiers,

Following the Fourth of July weekend, the state’s blood supply is at a critically low level – meaning that there is not enough blood for patients, most who are recovering after an incident or fighting diseases, at Indiana hospitals. The term “critical” is an official designation that requires Indiana Blood Center to report the status of the blood supply to the State of Indiana.

Donors are desperately needed and I am asking for your help, so that together we can rescue our state’s blood supply to bring it back up to a safe level. I urge you, family members, friends, and all those who are able, including individuals who’ve never donated, to do so now.

Please donate blood at one of Indiana Blood Center’s locations. For more information, visit or call 1-800-632-4722.

It is in you to save lives!


Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch

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