Popular TV show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” is partnering with the American Red Cross, Greater Chesapeake and Potomac Blood Services Region to host a blood drive with Boys Hope Girls Hope Baltimore.

An upcoming episode of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” will create a new girls home for Boys Hope, Girls Hope, a nonprofit providing at-risk children stable homes, financial and emotional support.

According to the American Red Cross, “Giving blood is one way for fans of the show to continue that spirit of giving in their community. By sponsoring a blood drive in conjunction with the American Red Cross, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition is extending assistance to the entire community.  Ensuring a safe and adequate blood supply is vital to the health of our neighborhood.”

Tracy Scott, director of Donor Recruitment for the American Red Cross, GC&P Region, said donating blood is a way most community members can contribute to a positive cause.

“We feel honored to be given the opportunity to be part of something so amazing. Not everyone can tear down and rebuild a house, but giving blood is one simple way that individuals can give to their friends and neighbors. Our hope is that people in the community will come out to support Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and the Red Cross by donating blood,” said Scott in a statement.

The blood drive takes place July 15, 11 a.m.– 7 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Ministries, located at 6000 Radecke Ave, Baltimore. The church is the main spectator parking lot for this build. Shuttle service is provided for passengers to go to and from the church to the build site.