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Over 1000 pints and counting!
Bobby Menges "I'm Not Done Yet"
Memorial Blood Drive
Monday, March 22, 2021
Stewart Manor Country Club
Broke all records collecting 73 pints, to save over 210 lives!
Another successful Blood Drive in the books!
Despite a rainy day, a busy time of year, a last-minute change of location and a global pandemic, the seventh “Bobby Menges “I’m Not Done Yet” Memorial Blood Drive at the Roosevelt Field Mall on 12/14 was a big success! The drive collected 67 pints of blood which will go towards helping over 200 people, including cancer patients, accident victims, and trauma patients Read more
Bobby Menges Memorial Blood Drive
72 pints collected which will help over 200 patients!
July 13, 2020
The traditional drive held at the Menges home with the bloodmobile was not possible because of the pandemic, so a bigger location was needed. John Parks, owner of the beautiful and newly renovated Stewart Manor County Club, generously offered his space, and thanks to him, the blood drive was better than ever. The NY Blood Center ran an organized, efficient, and safe event; masks were worn, and social distancing was practiced throughout. Also, a big shout-out to Kenny at Bagel Man who donated bagels for the staff and donors.
16th Menges Blood Drive attracts another big crowd!
Jake and Bobby Menges hosted their first semi-annual blood drive at their home in 2012. Jake is continuing the drives in Bobby's memory and has changed the name to the "Bobby Menges Memorial Blood Drive".
Garden City High School friends, Duke friends, neighbors and strangers stopped by on Sunday, 12/22 to donate blood in memory of Bobby, in honor of loved ones, and simply to give the gift of life this holiday season. Thank you all who donated!
Bobby Menges Memorial Blood Drives
continue to be community events!
Jake and Bobby Menges ran Blood Drives together for 9 years. After Bobby died, Jake began hosting Bobby Menges Memorial Blood Drives in honor of his little brother. Many who couldn't give blood donated to the "I'm Not Done Yet" foundation!