Amy Woodman was tested positive for coronavirus in early April and she recovered.
All the while she was worried about exposing her step-son who is on dialysis and has been waiting nearly 4 years for a kidney donation.
Donating her plasma was her way of showing appreciation for the support of friends, family, and strangers.
"We have seen an outpour of support for my stepson," said Woodman. "Especially [in] the last six months. We have cars all over the state that have decals on them looking for a donor for him."
CSL Plasma – the place where Amy donated -- is part of a new alliance of licensed plasma donation organizations that are working together to collect plasma to be used for clinical trials this summer.
View the entire unedited interview with Amy Woodman below: