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Wonder Woman 1984

Red Cross Joins Forces with Wonder Woman 1984 to Save the Day for Patients in Need

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Blood donors will get a chance to win an epic replica giveaway from the movie

This July, the American Red Cross and WONDER WOMAN 1984 are united to save the day for patients in need of lifesaving blood transfusions. The Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donors this summer, as the COVID-19 pandemic has caused unusual supply challenges amid this uncertain environment. Despite the U.S. govt. lifting stay-at-home orders and reopening, many blood drives at businesses and community organizations continue to face cancellations as these locations remain closed or restrict the number of individuals at any location.

DC fans have been waiting months for this movie to hit theaters, and now the “wonder” before delayed-releasing has been served. As part of the joined forces, the Red Cross is organizing an epic prop replica giveaway from the new Warner Bros. Pictures film WONDER WOMAN 1984. To hit theaters nationwide on October 2, the campaign thanks those who roll up a sleeve and help patients battling illness and injury. Those who present to donate July 1-31 will automatically be entered for a chance to win an authentic WONDER WOMAN 1984 movie prop replica package. The giveaway includes the Golden Lasso and a pair of Gauntlets, identical to WONDER WOMAN from the film. Plus, donors who give before July 8 will receive an exclusive WONDER WOMAN 1984 T-shirt, while supplies last.**

Donors who are feeling well and help patients fight back, they can make an appointment to give by using the Blood Donor App, visiting, calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767), or enabling the Blood Donor Skill on any Alexa Echo device.

“In times of crisis, new superheroes often emerge, and new alliances are forged. The Red Cross is thrilled to partner with WONDER WOMAN 1984 to encourage and thank fans and blood donors alike for being superheroes for patients in need by giving blood in July,” said Paul Sullivan, senior vice president of the American Red Cross Biomedical Services. “Blood donors have a unique superpower—lifesaving blood. Blood cannot be manufactured, and donors are the only source for patients in need.”


Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs blood—kids battling cancer, accident victims being raced into emergency rooms, and new moms with complicated childbirths. Unfortunately, superheroes are in short supply as only 3 out of 100 Americans donate blood.

While tens of thousands of donors gave blood in response to an initial blood shortage caused by this coronavirus outbreak, it’s important to remember that red blood cells must be transfused within 42 days of donation, and platelets within just five days, so they must constantly be replenished.

Blood donation during COVID-19

  • Each Red Cross blood drive and donation center follows the highest standards of safety and infection control.
  • In most states, individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental consent where allowed by state law), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood.
  • Donors are required to wear a face mask while at the drive.
  • Donors can save up to 15 minutes at the blood drive by completing pre-donation reading and health history questionnaire online or app, on the day of donation.
  • A valid email address is required. Limit five (5) entries per presenting donor.


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