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CSL Plasma Presents IDF with Record-Setting Check at Lackland, TX Center


Craig Shelansky, CSL Plasma Vice President of Operations, presents Kathy Antilla, IDF Director of Education and Volunteer Development, with the record-setting check.

This April, CSL Plasma Centers raised $70,442.74 for the Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) during Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases Awareness Month, as part of the IDF Plasma Center Partners Program. The total surpassed their previous donation amounts, setting a record for the company. CSL Plasma challenged each of their plasma centers across the country to raise funds, and the center that raised the most would be the site of the check presentation.

The center in Lackland, TX, near San Antonio, raised the most. On September 6, the center celebrated with lunch, cake and a visit from IDF representatives, including members of the San Antonio community Chris Roca and Lucy Seal along with IDF Director of Education and Volunteer Development Kathy Antilla.


IDF representatives and the CSL Plasma Lackland employees.

Thank you to CSL Plasma and all the employees, especially those in Lackland, who raised funds for IDF! Click here to learn more about the IDF Plasma Center Partners Program.


IDF representatives included San Antonio residents Chris Roca and Lucy Seal along with IDF Director of Education and Volunteer Development Kathy Antilla (center).

 

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