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Music Brings Life is grateful to other community-based organizations (CBO) and businesses that have and continue to support our mission.

If your organization, civic/social group, trade organization, agency, or company is interested in hosting a Heroes Donate Blood presentation or a blood drive, fill out the contact form below.

Thank you.


Music Brings Life is grateful to the public and private entities that have and continue to support our mission.

  • Disaster Relief

  • Supporting America's Military Families

  • Lifesaving Blood

  • Health and Safety Services

  • International Services

The American Red Cross is the nation’s largest blood collection organization.  Each year, nearly 4 million people donate blood through the Red Cross, helping to provide more than 40% of America’s blood supply.

The Red Cross is also a leader in research and testing to protect the safety of the blood supply. It was among the first to develop and implement testing for many infectious diseases including, HIV, hepatitis B and C viruses, West Nile virus, and more recently, the agent of Chagas disease.

At Music Brings Life's blood drives, all blood donations are collected by the Red Cross. 

To learn more about the American Red Cross, click here.

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Since 1992, the Sickle Cell Thalassemia Patients Network (SCTPN) has been providing education, advocacy, referral services, and support for individuals and families living with sickle cell disease, thalassemia (Cooley’s anemia), and other inherited blood disorders.

SCTPN's Mission

SCTPN is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and families living with sickle cell disease and other inherited blood disorders.


Through advocacy, care coordination, referral to needed services and other support interactions, SCTPN works to diminish the negative social, economic and political impact SCD has on its community.

Visit SCTPN to learn more about its program and services.

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Eric Adams

Brooklyn Borough President

Eric Adams has spent the last 30 years serving the city he grew up in, improving and protecting the lives of New Yorkers as a police officer, legislator and builder of successful coalitions.  Elected as Brooklyn Borough President in November 2013, he is utilizing that diverse experience to ensure a bright future for his beloved Brooklyn.

As a young officer in the NYC Transit Police Department and then NYPD, Eric was responsible for solving real world problems and made life-and-death decisions under the most difficult conditions. He must have been good at it since he was promoted to Captain. As a member of the police force he also found time to address local issues, co-founding 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care to improve the department’s community relations and raise funds for worthy neighborhood causes.

He retired from the NYPD in 2006 to represent Brooklyn in the State Senate, marshaling a diverse coalition in support of his candidacy. In the Senate, Eric quickly became a leader on good government, workers’ rights, quality of life and public safety issues. In particular, he effectively organized support against the NYPD’s controversial Stop and Frisk policy and on behalf of gun control. 

Adams is a proud product of the New York City public school system, graduating from Bayside High School. He received his Masters Degree in Public Administration from Marist College and is a graduate of New York City Technical College and John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He lives in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

To learn more about Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, click here.

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