Bonfils Blood Center
Family members of the Aurora theater shooting victims appear to have resolved their differences over where the money from donations should go.
Bonfils Blood Center is urging people to donate in the aftermath of the shootings at an Aurora movie theater.
One group hosted a special event on Friday to keep the memory of fallen Denver Police Officer Celena Hollis alive with her dedication to bone marrow registration.
More than 100 people signed up in hopes of saving the life of a stranger. They had their cheek swabbed on Saturday to become part of the National Bone Marrow Registry.
A Colorado National Guardsman, dedicated to serving the country, is now calling on others for help.
Bill Burnham made his 520th donation at the Bonfils Blood Center on Tuesday. He’s now donated 65 gallons of blood and platelets.
All it takes is a simple swab of the cheek to give hope to a blood cancer patient. That puts people on a national registry and that could save a life.