Parachute to Offer Residents Opportunity to Earn Extra Money, Donate Life-Saving Plasma

From Staff Reports

Today, 9:30 a.m., April 13, Parachute, a technology and hospitality-driven plasma collection company, opened a plasma donation center in Corsicana. Flanked by the Corsicana and Navarro County Chamber of Commerce, Parachute company representatives hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and offered tours of the facility.

There’s currently a nationwide plasma shortage, made even worse by the COVID-19 pandemic, which is impacting patients’ access to life-saving treatments for chronic illnesses including primary immunodeficiencies, bleeding disorders, and cancer. The donation center offers Navarro and surrounding county residents the opportunity to donate life-saving plasma and earn extra money in just a short visit. 

WHEN:          9:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 13th

WHERE:         2501 W. Seventh Avenue – Corsicana

WHO:            Colleen Cox, VP of Operations, Corsicana & Navarro County Chamber of Commerce

                        Wayne Sharp, VP of Operations, Parachute

About Parachute

Delivering the best experience possible to as many plasma donors as possible. Parachute’s mission is to increase national access to life-saving plasma by reimagining the plasma donation experience into one that is modern and convenient. To learn more about Parachute, visit

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