AUSTIN (KXAN) - The BloodCenter of Central Texas said because of all the donations ithas received, the center's blood supply has been replenished. Inits Special NewsUpdate, the center reports an adequate supply of blood, thanksto dedicated blood donors throughout the year and recently inresponse to the Fort Hood shooting.
Instead of giving blood, several agencies are looking fordonations.
Donations can be made to the following local charities.
• Mail checks to the FortHood Chaplain's Fund:
Chaplain's Fund Office
Bldg 44, 761st Tank Battalion Avenue
Fort Hood, TX 76544-5000
Make checks payable to "CTOF" (Chapel's Tithes and OfferingsFund) with a note on the memo line stating "Nov. 5 Tragedy."
• Contributions on behalf of Fort Hood soldiers can alsobe made to the FisherHouse:
Fort Hood, TX 76544
Fisher House phone numbers (254) 286-7927 or (254) 286-7929.
• Donations can be made to the local branch of the AmericanRed Cross
Killeen Red Cross
208 W. Ave. A
Killeen, TX 76541
Phone (254) 200-4400
• Donations can be made to the USO:
USO Fort Hood
Building # 1871, 50th St.
Fort Hood, TX 76544
Call (254) 768-2771
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