Lombardi's_kid_brother Posted November 27, 2007 Share Posted November 27, 2007 Wearing jerseys and t-shirts and having vigils is nice, but I think a site this big with this many passionate people can make a real difference. I just had this idea while watching Comcast. They said that they were able to replace all the blood Taylor lost. That means that the hospital had the supplies necessary during this critical period. I can't even imagine how many units they would have needed. It got me to thinking: I work in healthcare and hospitals are always low on blood supplies. We are a big community spread out over a large region. We can make a difference. Why not choose a day someday in December where everyone goes to their local blood banks/Red Cross/etc and gives. Have a thread and keep a running total. And then announce the results in honor of Sean. Maybe coordinate with someone at Redskins Park. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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