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OneBlood Bus at Rayonier in Wildlight on Wednesday, May 8

Come by the Rayonier building to donate blood on Wednesday, May 08, 2024; remember you can still help even if you can't donate. Share this message with friends and family.
Make your appointment today; click the link: Blood Drive - Wednesday, May 8, 2024. Appointments get first priority and be sure to bring your ID. All donors will receive a OneBlood T-shirt and a $20.00 eGift Card, and A wellness checkup includes blood pressure, pulse, temperature, iron count, and cholesterol screening.    
FACT: A single-car accident victim can require 100 pints of blood
  • Claire B. Kingsland, GA  Click link for story & video When Claire was 8 years old, her parents heard the heartbreaking words “Claire has Leukemia.” Claire didn’t know that Leukemia meant cancer and her parents immediately feared the worst.
  • Sara T, Fernandina Beah, FL click for story & video “I had one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel,” as Sara remembers the day blood donors saved her life. 
  • Mad Cow Eligibility:  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) updated its vCJD guidelines and it means most people who traveled, lived, or had a transfusion in the United Kingdom, Ireland and France from 1980 to present are now eligible to donate blood, as long as they meet all other donor eligibility requirements.  Click the link to see if you are eligible. 
Tips for a successful donation:
  • Drink 16 oz before donating.
  • Eat a meal 2 hours before your donation.
  • Include red meat in your diet (2-3 meals two weeks prior)
  • Enjoy your Green vegetables, such as broccoli, green beans, and cabbage, and leafy greens like spinach, kale, and cauliflower leaves, which are rich sources of iron.
  • Be sure to drink water regularly.
  • REMEMBER: After donation: no heavy lifting or vigorous exercise the rest of the day; grab a healthy snack and drink plenty of water.
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