ACO Blood Drive in Support of Michael Clough

“Thanks to all of our ACO family, friends and supporters for your consideration to donate blood in Michael’s honor. Michael was diagnosed with a rare blood cancer called Myelofibrosis. He was transfusion dependent DAILY for over 8 weeks. Blood donors literally saved his life!

There is a shortage of blood products nationwide so please consider giving the gift of life to those needing blood transfusions.”

– Michelle Clough, wife of Michael and ACO Chief Missions Officer

All Community OutreachClick the link above to make an appointment

In honor of Michael Clough

Wednesday, August 24, 202210:00 am – 4:00 pm801 E Main StCarter BloodCare BusAllen, TX 75002

How to sign up for the blood drive:

  1. Sign up for the Blood Drive today!
    • Click here to sign up. Follow any prompts on the sign up page.
    • Cannot sign-up on the Day of the Drive!
    • Walk-ins are welcome if space is available.
  1. On the Day of the Drive: You will fill out this form
    • Use Only on the Day of the Drive!
    • If you experience problems using QuickScreen on your mobile device, contact the help desk at 877-351-3500.
  1. Bring a VALID ID and Eat a Healthy Meal & Hydrate!
  2. Donors will NOT be required to wear a mask.
  3. If you have special questions/concerns…
    • Donor Advocate – Medical Concerns Post Donating – 817-412-5370.
    • Donor Notification – Eligibility, Travel, Meds, Covid Questions – 817-412-5603.
  1. Children 16 years old CAN DONATE!
  1. Share your story with Carter BloodCare …
    • How have you, a family member or a friend been affected by the lifesaving gift of giving or receiving blood? Carter BloodCare would love to hear from blood donors and transfusion recipients who care to share their stories. There’s a non-stop need for blood and your words can inspire others to donate.
  1. Thank the Donor Program …
    • Thank the Donor (TtD) is an online, recipient and donor relationship management tool that enables patients who have received a blood transfusion to send a special message of appreciation to their blood donor(s) in an anonymous, user-friendly format.
    • How the Program Works:
      • Recipients, or their families and friends, can visit to send a note, photo and/or video to their donor using a smartphone, tablet or computer. Approved appreciations are then sent via email to the donor(s). The site’s anonymous format allows communication within the boundaries of HIPAA laws.
  2. The Link below are amazing stories from patients that truly need your help!


Email Mary Alvarado, Primary Blood Drive Coordinator, with any questions

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