On second anniversary of death, Clovis community encourages people to Live Like Molly

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Friday marked the second year of a movement encouraging people to "Live Like Molly" and perform simple acts of kindness.

Molly Griffen was a nurse and a former Clovis Community College student who was killed by a drunk driver in 2015. She would have turned 25 this week and a blood drive was held at Clovis Community College until 1:30 p.m. as part of the Live Like Molly movement. Her family and friends began the campaign when she passed away.

Organizers of Friday's blood drive said the turnout was great and are encouraging everyone to keep the momentum going.

"The school and everyone is encouraged to do acts of kindness in the community," said Patrick Stumpf, the college's student activities coordinator. "Pay for the person behind them at Starbucks. Hand out free water - different things the community can do to give back. That's what we encourage today."

In addition to Friday's blood drive, a concert just got underway at Clovis Hills Church.
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