SPOKANE, Wash. -- KREM 2's Laura Papetti visited Deer Park for this month's Credit 2 Kids.
More than 80 kids signed up for a blood drive organized by senior Malia Fay.
She is president of the Key Club and a source of pride for the school and community.
Fay's brother had a life-saving bone marrow transplant when she was just two-years-old. That transplant was found at a high school blood drive, like the one Fay helped organize Thursday.
When she's done with school, she plans to do mission work in Costa Rica at an orphanage.
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