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40 years strong. Donate blood at Wisconsin’s largest student-run blood drive.

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Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin
Email 877-232-4376

The entire Kenosha community is invited to donate blood at Tremper High School on March 10, 2022.

For 40 years, the annual Tremper High School Blood Drive in Kenosha has earned an A+ for effort. Every year, this awesome, student-powered event brings the community together, with hundreds of students, teachers, staff, family members and community members donating blood and saving thousands of lives, all on behalf of Wisconsin hospital patients.

This year’s blood drive is bigger than ever! Join the celebration and donate blood. All donors will receive a BOGO coupon from our partner Noodles & Company, while supplies last, plus refreshments and other prizes. Free parking will be provided.

Tremper High School Blood Drive Location

Tremper High School Gym
8560 26th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53140

After four decades, the impact of this immense blood drive – the largest student-run blood drive in Wisconsin – is immeasurable. You never know who might need blood: a student, a teacher or even you. Support our students – and support patients in need – by coming out to donate.


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