WP Blood
02/17/2017 at 08:31. Facebook
Today is #RandomActsOfKindnessDay: Do you know where your nearest blood donation clinic is? Bit.ly/WhereCanIDonate
WP Blood
02/15/2017 at 08:54. Facebook
Our Instagram competition closes on Monday. It's not too late to enter yet! Go #ShareYourHeart now! [ Instagram.com Link ]
WP Blood
02/14/2017 at 14:11. Facebook
New donors from Outeniqua High School sharing their hearts on Valentines Day! Thank you for saving lives! #ShareYourHeart
WP Blood
02/14/2017 at 08:26. Facebook
Happy Valentine's Day! If you don't have a Valentine yet, we know who you can #ShareYourHeart with: bit.ly/WhereCanIDonate

#ValentinesDay #DonateBlood
WP Blood
02/13/2017 at 07:56. Facebook
Type B blood is one of the most uncommon blood groups in South Africa. This is why we regularly require Group B blood donors. Only 2% of the population is B-, and while they can donate blood to B+, B-, AB+ and AB-, they can only receive blood from B- and O- blood types. #WhatsYourType
WP Blood
02/10/2017. Facebook
Did you know: A Positive is the second most common blood type in South Africa. It is called Type A as they have A antigens on the surface of their red blood cells. A+ blood donors can only donate blood to 2 blood types, but A+ blood recipients can receive blood from 4 blood types. #WhatsYourType
WP Blood
02/09/2017. Facebook
You can #ShareYourHeart with the person you love this month by entering our Instagram photo competition! We're giving away a R500 voucher to a SA restaurant of your choice! Ts & Cs apply: [ Wpblood.org.za Link ]
WP Blood
02/08/2017. Facebook
Please remember that any donors aged 16-17 must have written consent from their parent or legal guardian to donate blood. Find the Parental Consent form online here: [ Wpblood.org.za Link ]
WP Blood
02/07/2017. Facebook
There’s more than one way you can #ShareYourHeart in this month of love: become a blood donor! Bit.ly/EnroltoDonate
WP Blood
02/01/2017. Facebook
WP Blood is on Instagram! We’re launching our account with a Valentine’s photo competition where we’re giving away a R500 voucher at a SA restaurant of your choice!

How to enter:
1. Follow @WP_Blood on Instagram ([ Instagram.com Link ]
2. Post a picture on Instagram around the theme of love and doing good with the hashtag #ShareYourHeart
3. Tag @WP_Blood in the picture

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02/01/2017. Facebook
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01/31/2017. Facebook
Watch this space tomorrow as we launch something big!
WP Blood
01/30/2017. Facebook
Mr Pieter du Plessis (left) gave his 200th donation and Mr Randolph Young (right) donated his 224th unit recently in George. Thank you for saving lives!
WP Blood
01/27/2017. Facebook
Did you know: O Negative is the Universal Donor. That means their blood can be transfused to any other blood type, but can only receive blood from their own type. AB Positive is the Universal Recipient. That means they can receive blood from any other blood type, but can only donate to their own type. #KnowYourType
WP Blood
01/24/2017. Facebook
Register your Donor Profile on our website! You'll need your donor code and your blood type, which you can find on your Blood Donor Card: bit.ly/RegisterDonorProfile
WP Blood
01/23/2017. Facebook
Our regular blood donors warm our hearts! That's why this year our Commitment Campaign rewards them with a thermal mug on their 4th donation. #CommitTo2017
WP Blood
01/20/2017. Facebook
Mr Jeffrey Swartz recently donated his 250th unit of blood in George. Well done on your milestone, Mr Swartz!
WP Blood
01/20/2017. Facebook
Are you still broke from the Festive Season? There's something that you can do that won't cost you a cent: donate blood! bit.ly/WhereCanIDonate
WP Blood
01/19/2017. Facebook
Ginger or fruitcake? Chocolate chip or shortbread? Which is your favourite post-donation treat?
WP Blood
01/18/2017. Facebook
Did you know: Plasma, one of your blood components, is used to treat burn wounds, bleeding disorders, to restore blood volume and to provide antibodies against infection. Because they can be frozen, they have a longer shelf-life than other blood products. Within 24 hours of donating blood, your body replaces the blood volume with plasma.