Fearless Fighters Blood Drive Challenge

Guns & Hoses is back for a 6th year with an all new name. Thank you to everyone who joined us for this year’s Fearless Fighters BLOOD DRIVE CHALLENGE. The goal of Fearless Fighters is to help local communities ensure there is an adequate blood supply, but there will be bragging rights on the line, too. In this (mostly) friendly competition, we see which agency will have the Most Units Collected.

LifeStream will present awards to the winners of the challenge at our annual chairperson event and announce results through traditional (including press release) and social media.

Donors at each First Responders Blood Drive also received a limited edition Fearless Fighters T-shirt to show their solidarity with local patients, and with you.

Check out the final results below:

By the Numbers

Blood Drive:# of Units Collected:
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Dept.182
Big Bear Professional Fire Fighters55
Fontana Police Dept.50
City of Chino Hills49
Idyllwild Fire Station42
Ironwood State Prison42
California Institution for Women41
San Bernardino Police Dept. 40
California Men’s Prison39
San Bernardino National Forest Headquarters 39
Barstow Marine Corps Logistics Base 37
Indio Police Department36
City of Highland33
Fort Irwin33
Chuckawalla Valley State Prison30
Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station29
Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station27
Chino Police Dept.25
Victorville Probation Department25
Hesperia Police Department24
City of Rancho Cucamonga23
Rancho Cucamonga Police Dept.23
Town of Apple Valley23
City of Colton Fire and Police Departments22
Ontario Police Department21
Big Bear Sheriff’s Dept.20
Riverside County Sheriff’s Station (Palm Desert)19
Barsyow Fire Protection District16
Riverside County Sheriff’s Station (Thermal)16
Inland Communication Center & Caltrans15
Victorville Harley-Davidson14
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