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Valentine’s Day may feel a little like a Hallmark holiday, but the day marks more than the celebration of couples and their love. Since 1998, February 14th has also served as National Donor Day; an event started by the Saturn Corporation and its United Auto Workers partner, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and other nonprofits. National Donor Day focuses its awareness campaign on five specific areas: organs, tissues, marrow, platelets and blood.1
Who needs donations? More than 116,000 men, women and children are on the national transplant waiting list and 20 die each day while waiting. Every 10 minutes, another person is added to the list.2
Who’s signing up? Interestingly, studies show 95 percent of adults support organ donation, but only 54 percent are signed up.3 National Donor Day and other awareness days throughout the year are aimed at closing this gap and making more people aware of how easy it is to sign up and make a difference.
Why donate? The answer to this question seems obvious—to save a life! But actually, signing up to be an organ donor is even more powerful than that. Every organ donor has the ability to give 8 lifesaving organs.4 Most religions approve of donation and believe the act to be one of charity they support.5
Become a donor today. Signing up to become a donor is a simple process that can drastically impact the lives of others. Share your desire to make a difference in one of the following ways:
References: 1 “National Donation Events.” OrganDonor.gov, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. 2,3,4 “Organ Donation Statistics.” Organ Donation Statistics: Why be an Organ Donor?, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 5 “Religious Views on Organ Donation.” Donate Life California, Donate Life California. 6 “Help spread the word about donation on social media.” OrganDonor.gov, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 7 “Get Involved,Participate, Connect, Sign Up.” OrganDonor.gov, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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Combined Insurance Company of America (Chicago, IL Illinois) is a leading provider of individual supplemental accident, disability, health, and life insurance products and a Chubb company. With a tradition of nearly 100 years of success, we have an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau and are one of Ward’s Top 50® Performing Life-Health Insurance Companies. Combined Insurance is also the number one Military Friendly® Employer in the over $1B revenue category for 2019 by VIQTORY. This is the company’s eighth consecutive year on the top 10 list and fifth consecutive year in the top 5—Combined Insurance was previously named the number one Military Friendly® Employer in the nation for 2015 and 2016. In New York, products are underwritten by Combined Life Insurance Company of New York (Latham, NY).
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