Northwestern Media’s Life 107.1 Partners Up for a Community Blood Drive!

August 27, 2020 – Northwestern Media’s Life 107.1 (KNWI – Des Moines) partnered with LifeServe Blood Center and Valley Community Center for the “Be Excellent!” Blood Drive on Friday, August 21st.

2020 has been extraordinary—but despite the pandemic, blood donations are still in great need. However, donations have been at an all-time low due in part to people staying close to home. Life 107.1 listeners did a great job helping to meet that need by filling every donation time slot between 12:30 pm and 5:30 pm.

Danielle West of LifeServe said, “We had an amazing blood drive with Life 107.1 and Valley Community center once again. It truly made a huge impact. 207 lives will be helped by the donations!”

Life 107.1 exists to lead people to Christ and nurture believers in their spiritual growth through Christ-centered media.

Image: Life 107.1’s Underwriting Director Lu Anne Gafford donates blood at the “Be Excellent!” Blood Drive on Friday, August 21st.

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