Sunday, February 05, 2017

Tips to an Donors - Checklist before you Donate






Checklist before you Donate


Take the following few precautions to make sure your donation benefits the people and organizations you want to help.




v  Ask for detailed information about the charity, including name, address, and telephone number.

v  Get the exact name of the organization and do some research. Searching the name of the organization online — especially with the word “complaint(s)” or “scam”— is one way to learn about its reputation.

v  Call the charity. Find out if the organization is aware of the solicitation and has authorized the use of its name. The organization’s development staff should be able to help you.

v  Ask if the caller is a paid fundraiser. If so, ask:

ü  The name of the charity they represent.
ü  The percentage of your donation that will go to the charity.
ü  How much will go to the actual cause to which you’re donating.
ü  How much will go to the fundraiser.

v  Keep a record of your donations.

v  Make an annual donation plan. That way, you can decide which causes to support and which reputable charities should receive your donations.

v  Know the difference between “Tax Exempt” and “Tax Deductible.”

ü  Tax exempt means the organization doesn’t have to pay taxes.
ü  Tax deductible means you can deduct your contribution on your federal income tax return.

v  Never send Cash Donations. For security and tax purposes, it’s best to pay by check — made payable to the charity — or by credit card.

v  Never wire money to someone claiming to be a charity. Scammers often request donations to be wired because wiring money is like sending cash: once you send it, you can’t get it back.

v  Do not provide your credit or check card number, bank account number or any personal information until you’ve thoroughly researched the charity.

v  Be wary of charities that spring up too suddenly in response to current events and natural disasters. Even if they are legitimate, they probably don’t have the infrastructure to get the donations to the affected area or people.

v  If a donation request comes from a group claiming to help your local community (for example, local police or firefighters), ask the local agency if they have heard of the group and are getting financial support.









Tips to an Donors - Signs of a Charity Scam





Signs of a Charity Scam


These days, charities and fundraisers (groups that solicit funds on behalf of organizations) use the phone, face-to-face contact, email, the internet (including social networking sites), and mobile devices to solicit and obtain donations. Naturally, scammers use these same methods to take advantage of your goodwill. Regardless of how they reach you, avoid any charity or fundraiser that:

v Refuses to provide detailed information about its identity, mission, costs, and how the donation will be used.

v Won't provide proof that a contribution is tax deductible.

v Uses a name that closely resembles that of a better-known, reputable organization.

v Thanks you for a pledge you don’t remember making.

v Uses high-pressure tactics like trying to get you to donate immediately, without giving you time to think about it and do your research.

v Asks for donations in cash or asks you to wire money.

v Offers to send a courier or overnight delivery service to collect the donation immediately.

v Guarantees sweepstakes winnings in exchange for a contribution. By law, you never have to give a donation to be eligible to win a sweepstakes.









Sunday, October 30, 2016

G4S - ONLINE CAMPAIGN - Benefits of Blood Donation



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Benefits of Blood Donation

Do you know that the donating blood regularly (blood transfusion) proved has beneficial? Not only to recipient, but the donors also get many benefits. Donating Blood useful for their both health, including reduced cancer risk and hemochromatosis. Therefore, many people who are always do donating blood regularly for the sake of helping people, also getting benefits. Health benefits of blood donation regularly are numerous, especially if you donating blood regularly and periodically. Usually, donating blood maximum 5 times a year with a donation within three months can be said to be routine.

Benefits of Blood donation regularly

The benefits of donating blood regularly can be grouped into several groups:
1.      Helpful to vital organs like the heart and the red blood cells
2.      Beneficial to prevent and reduce chronic diseases such as stroke and cancer
3.      Useful for beauty such as maintaining a healthy weight and prevent aging.

How could? Because donating blood regularly able to balance the body system. Read the following full review:

Benefits of blood donors regularly to the vital organs

1. Reduce risk of Heart Attacks
Studies have shown that benefits of Blood Donation can reduce the risk of heart attacks to 1/3 times, especially in men. Blood, especially red blood cells are the cells that contain hemoglobin which is formed of iron, which serves to bind oxygen. The iron requirement depends on gender and age. Male adults need 8.5 mg / day and adult, women of child bearing age requires 18.9 mg / day. Iron requirements can be obtained from foods derived from biological sources (non-heme iron) with the bio-availability of 2-3% and animal sources (heme iron) with a bio-availability of 20-23%.
The fact that the non-heme iron that difficult to be absorbed in fact actually beneficial because iron is too easily absorbed when consumed in excess, such as heme iron that comes from meat, it will accumulate in the body and can increase the risk of coronary heart disease.
Iron that accumulates will increase free radicals in the body and can oxidize cholesterol. Same with benefits of laughter, The oxidized cholesterol that will settle on the walls of blood vessels. Oxidation of cholesterol buildup in blood vessels will cause plaque (atherosclerosis), which is the forerunner of the incidence of coronary heart disease.
By donating blood regularly, blood regeneration will take place more quickly; the oxidation of cholesterol becomes slower. In addition, blood flow more smoothly and also can to prevent the accumulation of fat and cholesterol oxidation in the coronary arteries walls. This can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.

2. Prevent Liver Damage

The liver is important to the body, actively, it helps the metabolism process of vitamins, minerals, protein, fats, and carbohydrates. The liver converts glucose into glycogen and help in the storage of glycogen, vitamins and minerals. The liver also plays an important to role in the blood purification and detoxification. The liver also synthesizes plasma proteins and blood clotting agents.
With donating blood regularly, it means we have to prevent liver damage caused by excess iron in the body. Intake of foods rich in iron can increase iron levels in the body, because iron is only in limited use, the excess iron to be absorbed and stored in the liver and pancreas. At the end of these events could increase the risk of cirrhosis, liver failure, damage to the pancreas, and heart abnormalities.

3. Stimulate Corpuscle

After donating blood, the body works to replenish blood loss. Benefits of blood donors regularly can help stimulate the production of new blood cells. Donating blood helping the body stay healthy and work more efficiently.

Side effect of donating blood regularly to our vital organs

Generally no side effects on the heart and other vital organs. it’s just may occur a decrease in heart rate and blood pressure drop sometimes. Actual Decrease in heart rate and blood pressure are normal reactions to the donating blood.

The benefits of donating blood regularly to prevent and reduce the risk of chronic diseases

4. Reducing the Risk of Hemochromatosis

Haemochromatosis is a genetic disorder in which the body absorbs too much iron from food that our bodies undergo the course of causing excess iron.
Excess iron is then deposited in various organs, especially the liver. Excess iron can also be stored in the pancreas, liver, testis / ovary, skin and joints. The main action in overcoming Haemochromatosis is the removal of blood routine; it is done to reduce the excess iron from the body.
It can be inherited or may be caused by alcoholism, anemia or other disorders. Donating blood regularly donors can help reduce overload iron.

5. Reduce the risk of heart disease

In the blood there is a component called iron. Iron is an effect on the thickness of the blood. High iron levels cause blood thicker. Besides the increase in iron levels can also accelerate the process of oxidation of cholesterol.
It can affect in blood and increase friction when blood flow in the blood vessels thus increasing the risk of the occurrence of resistance in the blood vessels. According to the American Journal of Epidemiology, by donating blood you can lower the risk of heart disease by 33% and reduce the risk of heart attack by 88%.
Researchers from the American Medical Association said that by donating blood every six months can reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke at the age of 43 to 61 years.

6. Lower risk of cancer

Cancer is a deadly disease that is most feared. The risk of contracting cancer is often associated with high levels of iron in the blood.
The higher iron content, the greater the potential for developing cancer. Good news for regular blood donors, in which the content of iron in the blood can be controlled by means of a blood donor. That is, the risk of cancer of the liver, intestines, lungs, throat and forth, getting lower.

7. Lowering cholesterol

By donating blood, we not only help others, but also reduce the risk of cholesterol disease. In fact, that it’s not all cholesterol is regarded as an enemy. The proof High density lipoprotein (HDL) can be beneficial for the body because it can expedite the flow of blood. But you have to worry is Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL), which can lead to clogging and blocking the flow of blood.
Blood contains iron, if the iron in blood is overload, cholesterol can be oxidized. This means that there will be a blockage in blood vessels. Therefore, it takes a blood donation to reduce the amount of iron in the blood.
LDL cholesterol is commonly found in animal foods such as meat, other foods are fast food and milk. If the amount of iron is not removed through blood donation, there will be fat deposition on the walls of blood vessels. And in turn can lead to other diseases such as heart disease and stroke.

8. Accelerate the wound healing process

Your body will adjust to the reduction in red blood cells when you perform a blood donor. Adjustment of the body such as this also happens when your body wounds. The impact, these adjustments will also affect the wound healing process that you experience.
Benefits of donating blood regularly for beauty


9. Maintain weight

For those who are overweight, it is advisable to undergo blood donor regularly. Because, each blood donation can burn fat up to 650 calories. However, blood donors cannot be regarded as an attempt to lose weight.
Its only weight control only. Due to become a blood donor, there are special conditions. For donors who weighs about 49 kilograms, must have hemoglobin levels and iron are healthy to be able to donate regularly every two months or three months.

10. Prevent Premature Aging

By donating blood regularly, you not just getting weight loss but your mind also become more stable. By doing so, all the activities you are doing more focused and make it all running smoothly. So you do not experience stress.
Stress is one of the triggers premature aging, if you can keep your mind, then by a blood donor, you can keep your skin that are not easily wrinkled. Benefits of blood donor for these women have a lot to prove. Aside from being a concern for fellow human beings, blood donor also can give more benefits which is very surprising.

Side effects after donating blood

Basically, blood donors are very safe, although some people may suffer mild side effects, such as:
1.      Bruising on the injection area for blood sampling.
2.      Pain at the injection site arm
3.      Dizziness and fainting


The side effects are severe and require medical treatment are very rare, less than 1 in 3500 cases. If you experience dizziness and hovered for a few days, it could is a side effect of blood donors, but it’s not a harm. Try to take a rest, avoid heavy works, and consume enough water, at least 2 L per day, and consume nutritious food such as chicken, eggs, meat, green vegetables and fruits to restore your power. If the dizziness and the drift continue, then you should see a doctor to know your blood pressure and whether there are other infections suffered.



Article Courtesy: www.drhealthbenefits.com



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