David Norris Leads in Blood Drive Donations at Trinity

Campus Safety Officer David Norris was one of 61 people who donated blood during the highly successful October 28 Trinity College Red Cross Blood Drive sponsored Psi Upsilon. Norris, who has been with Trinity for 28 years, is a strong advocate for blood donation who leads by example. To date he has donated more than seven gallons of B-positive blood, which he notes can be used by more than one blood-type recipient.

Norris says that he donates whenever he can – by Red Cross regulations that’s every 56 days. The reason, he explains, is simple. “I can’t offer a lot of financial help to charity, but by donating I can easily help others. In fact, I think it’s one of the best ways to help. Blood is a universal need and your donation is available to anyone, regardless of their race, religion, or economic background.” 


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