Most all of us know someone who has been affected in one way or another by cancer and we've felt completely helpless because we just don't know what we can say or do. Many people from Chenango Valley and the Binghamton University area, remember Megan Santa Croce.

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She battled cancer twice beginning when she was 15 years old and then again as a 22-year-old. She fought valiantly for 17 months (the second time) before passing away at the age of 23 in November 2018. Her memory lives on and she wants you to live your best life.

This high energy, positive person didn't let the roadblocks of life slow her down. That's why this Saturday, November 21st, you have a chance to honor her memory by donating blood while saving a life in her memory.

It's happening at the Broome County Cornell Cooperative Extention - Taste NY building at 840 Front Street in Binghamton. It'll take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and donors will get a free pumpkin pie. YUM YUM!!

COVID-19 antibody testing is only available to donors who make an appointment. Go here to make your appointment now before all the spots are filled. You can also go here if you would like to be a platelet donor or give plasma to COVID-19 patients.

Make a difference and #LiveLike Megan.