A Valdosta man wants you to help him give back to the Red Cross after the organization helped his family.
Scott Clark says he's grateful for the help the Red Cross gave his family after they lost everything in a fire last summer.
He owns The Mix... a frozen yogurt store.
On Monday, he'll donate 10-percent of his sales to the Red Cross.
He'll also host a blood drive... and every donor will get a free frozen yogurt.
"I saw Red Cross as blood drives and going across the county to help somebody else, when they're actually here in our neighborhood, helping us," Clark said.
The Blood Drive will be at The Mix on Jerry Jones Drive from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday.
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