#LoveDrive

Lifebank.ng wants you to help save 3000 lives in Lagos state, by donating blood at the “largest blood drive” ever, in Nigeria. The event is titled #LoveDrive, and it will hold between 10am and 5pm on Saturday, Feb 13, at 294 Herbert Macaulay Way, Sabo-Yaba, Lagos.

“We are building a movement of ready, young blood donors that will give blood every 3 months, to prevent blood shortage related deaths in Nigeria”, they said.

Every year, thousands of cancer patients, accident victims, pregnant victims, children under 5 years old, sickle cell anemia patients, and surgery patients all die in Nigerian hospitals because of shortage of blood.

#LoveDrive will have about 5000 young people in attendance, on the date with thousands more on social media. Some of the special guests expected, are Makida Moka, Tomi Odunsi, Doris Simeon, Kemi Adetiba and many others.

Date: Saturday, February 13, 2016

Venue: 294 Herbert Macaulay Way, Sabo-Yaba, Lagos

Time: 10am – 5pm

For more information, send an email to hello@lifebank.ng.

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