In seven short months, Henry Seretta managed to steal the hearts of countless people. He was welcomed into the world on April 14, 2014 by his parents Erin and Tim Seretta. Henry was a happy-go-lucky baby who loved to smile and laugh. In November 2014, Henry was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. While his battle was short, blood and platelet transfusions gave his family more precious moments together. Help us honor Henry by donation blood in his name.
One blood donation can help save up to three lives. That means a lot to patients in need, but it took on a new meaning recently.
Without volunteer blood donors, our story might have had a different ending. Help me reach my goal and ensure that patients receive the life saving blood they need. Make and keep an appointment to give blood to the American Red Cross.