Help save lives. With a decline in blood donations hospitals can really use your help. Don't allow the summer months to stop you from donating blood.

As the weather gets warmer fewer people prioritize donating blood as they get busy with vacation plans and other summertime activities.

Combine that with the fact blood transfusions go up during the summer months due to an increase in accidents.

New Jersey Blood Services says donations have fallen short of what is needed within the past three weeks.

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There are several locations where you can donate blood throughout South Jersey this week.

Make an appointment online and get more information at Or you can call 1-800-RED-CROSS.

The Courier Post provided a detailed list of several places where you can give blood today and tomorrow.

Where to Donate Blood in NJ with Times and Locations

Tuesday, June 11

  • Voorhees Township Administration Offices, 2400 Voorhees Town Center: 10 am-3 pm
  • Runnemede, Harry Williams Community Center, 2 Broadway: 1-6 pm
  • Evangelical United Methodist Church, 14 W. Cohawkin Road, Clarksboro (Gloucester County).: 1-6 pm
  • Rowan College of South Jersey, Behavioral Sciences Building, 1400 Tanyard Road, Sewell: 10 am-3 pm
  • Camden County Blood Donation Center, 5425 Marlton Pike, Pennsauken: 11:45 am-8 pm
  • Cumberland County Library, 800 E. Commerce Street, Bridgeton: 9 am-2 pm
  • Relief Fire Company No. 3, 1020 Neck Road, Burlington: 2-7 pm
  • AtlantiCare Life Center, 2500 English Creek Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, 8 am-1 pm

Wednesday, June 12

  • Magnolia Community Center, 425 Brooke Ave., 2-7 pm
  • Elmer Grange, 535 Daretown Road, Elmer: Noon-5 pm
  • Camden County Blood Donation Center, 5425 Marlton Pike, Pennsauken: 11:45 am-8 pm

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