MD Anderson Blood Drive in honor of Cammie Schnautz, Project Joy and Hope Volunteer

Event date & time

January 27, 2021 12:00 am

Event Location

Deer Park, TX

Contact Info

Jennifer Almaguer

(281) 343-3134


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Cammie schnautz and Jan Wheeler from Project Joy and Hope helping fill MD Anderson blood drive slots!
Community First ER is always looking for ways to give back to the community, especially where it is needed most. The blood shortage at MD Anderson Cancer Center is critically low and the best way to help is to put an action plan together. With the help of Project Joy and Hope, Community First ER was able to fill all the blood donation slots. 

“We just want to thank Project Joy and Hope for their generosity, time, and commitment to helping make our MD Anderson blood drive a success. I was beyond excited to give MD Anderson representative, Sheryl Dickeson the great news that today we will be able to impact the lives of 90 cancer patients! Also, We greatly appreciate Cammie Schultz for her advocacy and who is also fighting cancer. Despite her challenges she still finds the way to give back by supporting and volunteering at Project joy and Hope. She is truly an inspiration to all of us.” – Jennifer Almaguer,  Community Liaison for Community First ER 

Community First ER & MD Anderson Blood Drive supporting non-profit Project Joy and Hope
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Community Members showing their love and support. 
“Blood donations save lives. Volunteer blood donors will impact the lives of up to 3 cancer patients. MD Anderson is experiencing blood shortages due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our patients rely on blood transfusions for their comprehensive treatment plans and complex surgeries. Your donations will help maintain our inventory levels, so daily patient blood needs are not negatively affected.” – Sheryl Dickerson, Community Representative for MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Project Joy and Hope (PJH, a 501c3 established in 2000), based in Pasadena, Texas, provides direct supportive care services to children living with life-limiting conditions and their families throughout the greater Houston area. PJH (www.joyandhope.org) exists to enhance the quality of life and to prevent and relieve the suffering of these children living with life-limiting conditions and their families and serves as an advisor to and role model for similar programs throughout Texas and the United States. To give back or learn more, visit: https://joyandhope.org/

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