Local Leader Awards

Local Leader Awards

Miller-Keystone Blood Center is proud to partner with our community to maintain a safe and stable blood supply through Blood Drive events.

Our Local Leader program recognizes the many dedicated businesses, schools, church groups and other organizations that go above and beyond the call of duty to support our life-saving mission by collecting at least 200 units in a single year. By hosting Blood Drives with Miller-Keystone Blood Center, these organizations strengthen the health and well-being of our family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and more.

** If business or time constraints are too challenging for an organization to run an on-site bloodmobile drive, our Adopt-A-Day program offers partnering organizations the flexibility of enabling employees, family and friends to host a blood drive at one of our Donor Centers and be recognized in the community. Adopt-a-Day sponsors receive an exclusive sponsor code to track their results, customized flyers, recognition on our website and social media, and more. For additional information on our Adopt-a-Day program, click here!

The following groups have been recognized as our 2019 Local Leaders
for collecting at least 200 lifesaving units during the 2019 calendar year:
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East Penn Manufacturing – 1,021 units collected

 

Daniel Boone High School – 705 units collected

 


Lehigh University – 415 units collected



St. Joseph the Worker Parish – 395 units collected

 



Air Products – 333 units collected

 


Palmerton Community – 311 units collected

 


Reading Hospital/Tower Health – 308 units collected


St. Luke’s University Hospital – 304 units collected

 

 


Governor Mifflin High School – 296 units collected

 


Mister Car Wash – 289 units collected

 



Fleetwood High School – 286 units collected


Twin Valley High School – 285 units collected


Kempton Excavating – 283 units collected


PSH-St. Joseph Medical Center – 271 units collected

 


Lehigh Valley Health Network-I-78 – 269 units collected

 


Liberty High School – 267 units collected

 


Lehigh Valley Health Network-Muhlenberg – 253 units collected

 


St. Peter’s United Church of Christ – 250 units collected


Lafayette College – 244 units collected


In Memory of Wayne Leibensperger– 236 units collected
& In Honor of Dennis Abbruzzi

 


Kutztown University/COC – 235 units collected


Lehigh Valley Health Network-Mack Blvd – 224 units collected

 


North Burlington High School – 219 units collected

 


Kutztown Mennonite Church – 214 units collected

 


Perkiomen Valley High School – 205 units collected

 


Career Institute of Technology – 205 units collected


Reading High School – 204 units collected

 


Rider University – 202 units collected

 


Geisinger Medical Center – 201 units collected

 

 

For more information on Miller-Keystone Blood Center’s Local Leaders campaign,
or to arrange for a blood drive at your organization, call 800-B-A-DONOR (223-6667).