Andrew Yang and his brother Chris Yang have donated more than 30,000 blood donors for patients at hospitals across the US, and they hope the program will expand to other hospitals.
They have opened two donation centers across the country and are hoping to have all the facilities operational by the end of the year.
They are currently working on getting the first center up and running and are working with the hospital chain to determine if it’s feasible to expand.
The brothers are currently helping to set up their donation centers at two hospitals, one in San Francisco and one in Seattle.
Andrew and Chris Yang donated blood at hospitals in the US last year and they have already donated blood to nearly 1,200 people.
The donation centers have also helped hundreds of patients in the Pacific Northwest and have been able to help a few hundred more patients, according to the Yangs.
We’ve been working with them to ensure they’re safe, Andrew said.
We’re also trying to get a few things right.
So far we’ve been able put together some of the basics.
The brothers are hoping the program, which was launched by the US Blood Center of America, will expand throughout the country in the future.
They said the program could have a major impact on the health of the general population.
“We believe that this is a really good program,” Andrew said, “and the first program we’ve seen in the states where it’s been in place.
And we think that it could have an enormous impact.”
Andrew Yang donated at least 1,500 blood donors last year, according the American Red Cross.
The two brothers are also working with a California donor center to establish a program that will provide free blood for patients.
The Yangs said the goal is to have the program up and operating by the middle of the summer.
“Our hope is that people will feel safe, be able to get blood, and then hopefully have a better quality of life,” Andrew Yang said.
The Yangs hope the donation program will be able help other hospitals and health centers become donor-friendly.
The blood donation program at one of the Yang family’s donation centers in San Diego, CA, last year.
Andrew Yang donated more then 1,400 blood donors.
Chris Yang donated some of his own blood at a blood bank in Seattle and at a hospital in San Jose, California, last summer.
The family said they hope to expand the program to other countries and to other locations, but said they are not currently planning to do so.
“Right now we have a couple of hospitals where we’re seeing some success,” Chris Yang said, adding that he’s been impressed with the response from the donors.