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Participate in the C.O.P.S. Bleed Blue Blood Drives by giving blood



Little Rock, Arkansas – The Our Blood Institute revealed on Friday how blood donors can support the loved ones and coworkers of law enforcement personnel who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

From January 3 to January 17, there will be 11 cities in Arkansas where the C.O.P.S. Bleed Blue Blood Drive will take place.

A charity group called Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) offers assistance to people whose lives have been impacted by line-of-duty fatalities.

A limited edition Bleed Blue Blood Drive t-shirt is given to blood donors.

Tuesday, Jan. 3:

• Russellville – Pope County Sheriff’s Department
• Greenwood – First Baptist Church – Greenwood

Wednesday, Jan. 4:

• Cabot – Cabot Police Department
• Jacksonville – Jacksonville Police Department
• Heber Springs – Heber Springs Community Center
• Pine Bluff – Pine Bluff Convention Center

Thursday, Jan. 5:

• Little Rock – (two drives) 12th Street Station and Arkansas State Police Department
• Sherwood – Sherwood Parks and Recreation
• Little Rock – AR State Police
• Little Rock – AR State Crime Lab

Friday, Jan. 6:

• Vilonia – Bleed Blue at Vilonia Fire Department

Saturday, Jan. 7:

• Little Rock – Bleed Blue Pulaski County

Monday, Jan. 9:

• Conway – Expo Center

Wednesday, Jan. 11:

• Maumelle – Jess Odom Community Center

Friday, Jan. 13:

• North Little Rock – The Justice Center

Tuesday, Jan. 17:

• Fort Smith – 800 South “A” Street


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