We are often bombarded with fear-mongering and shocking headlines that make us feel that the world is falling apart.

However, while it’s important to report on problems and issues, I believe there is so much good in this world that it needs to be found and promoted just as widely.

Because of that, I started The Happy Broadcast. It's an anti-venom to the vitriolic rhetoric that pervades our media. Also, this year, I’ve illustrated even more happy news than in 2018.

We need more positive news to acknowledge that the world is actually getting better little by little.

More info: Instagram

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Rose the Cook
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Child marriage should not be tolerated anywhere.

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When I'm working on The Happy Broadcast, I try to pick news that has an international appeal and touches themes like animal rights, climate change and science. News that shows how much we’re progressing on many fronts despite being often bombarded with few-mongering headlines.

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Ania O
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7 months ago

This should have way more upvotes!

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Marc
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7 months ago

Yet big parts of the Rainforest are burning these days...

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I think there are many reasons why negative news is dominating the media. It's like a sudden disaster a, it's more compelling than, for example, little improvements. Bad things can happen quickly, but good things aren’t built in a day, and as they unfold, they're out of sync with the news cycle.

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Nea
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7 months ago

This must make many people happy due to one act. Lovely initiative.

Salm Azeez
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6 months ago

well said

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Dippin Dot
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7 months ago

I get a text message saying my blood arrived at XYZ Hospital in ABC City. I've saved lives in Denver, CO, which is 1,000 miles away! Just many of the awesome reasons I donate blood, plasma and platelets on a regular basis!

A B C
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7 months ago

My city, my town 😎

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Steve Barnett
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7 months ago

I get the same in the UK. It's nice to be informed that it's helped someone.

Foxxy
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7 months ago

That is awesome. I really wish I could donate as I know first hand how precious blood donations are. Thank you to everyone who donates.

Magpie
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7 months ago

Me too, the red cross is really strict about protecting the donors' health. So I can not donate blood.. Instead I save up gold coins to donate to them.

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Little One
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7 months ago

I used to give blood, they said I was quickest theyd ever seen! I could do a pint in around 2-3 minutes! but I had renal cancer 3 years ago and still have my annual tests and now liver problems so I can't anymore :(

B1tsNpieces
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6 months ago

Thats sad :(

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Fruzsina Sinka
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7 months ago

Same in Hungary <3

Krazy Kanuck
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7 months ago (edited)

as someone who is O Neg, I use to Donate blood several times a year, but shortly after I turned 40, my veins became harder and harder to find. Not just to get blood tests done for my doctor, is an hour long ordeal, and it is extremely painful for me. The last time I gave a pint of blood, took almost 3 hrs, the nurses who were trying to find my veins almost gave up in frustration. Finally it ended up find one vein in my right hand and my left hand, between the two we managed 1 pint. EDIT: For anyone who doesn't know: O negative blood is extremely important, as it usually gets made into plasma, and can save more than one life. Being that I am O Neg, my blood can be used for anyone, regardless of type. BUT if I need blood, it has to come from someone who is also O negative

Nymphadora Tonks
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7 months ago

Yessss! As a blood donor, I could not agree more

Loki’s Lil Butter Knife
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7 months ago

This is really beautiful! Thank you to everyone who donates!

Peta_C
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7 months ago

Australia also. Makes me feel purposeful.

Fatma Esen
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7 months ago

It is also done in Turkey!

Pamela24
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7 months ago

I want that so bad!

Gaby Redin
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7 months ago

Omg!!! I wish they would do that all around the world.

lnb
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6 months ago

we have the same in Portugal for at least ten years now!

Mira Maier
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7 months ago

We already have this here in Austria. It's a really good idea.

Karyn Lowe
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7 months ago

Genius

CincyReds
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7 months ago

I think this is a great idea! I donate on a regular basis, and would love to know when it is used, and why...

YoyoSthlm
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7 months ago

I don't know if other countries do this, but also in Sweden when you give blood you first get a breakfast style meal (so you won't faint or feel weak) and afterwards you can choose between different gifts, like movie tickets or towels and stuff, donated by companies. Or you can choose that your "money" goes to a charity.

YoyoSthlm
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7 months ago

We also get a text message saying when they are running low on blood, if there's been a big accident or something. People leave work, school etc. and speed to the nearest hospital to help then.

Deborah Brudnak
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7 months ago

Wow. Bet that makes them willing to donate more and more.

dev mehta
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7 months ago

Other countries should steal this idea

Sue Clifford
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7 months ago

It also encourage people to donate more blood. What a wonderful way to both parties happy.

Nancy Bernard
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7 months ago

Having worked as a phlebotomist for Bon Fils Blood Bank in CO, this would have been fantastic for all those blood donors who donated their blood. What a brilliant idea!

Lissa Ramnath
Community Member
7 months ago

That's forward thinking! This should be an initiative in every part of the world to encourage blood donation..way to go Sweden!!!

Donna Cheung
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7 months ago

Wow this is great!

Carrie Hilliard
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7 months ago

that's awesome!

Hara Harding
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7 months ago

Wonderful idea!!

Carolyn Bovingdon
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7 months ago

That's a lovely idea. I wish we in the UK did that.

Bob Connely
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7 months ago

If the CEO of ARC would just take a bit of a pay cut, we could have that here, too.

Lizzie
Community Member
7 months ago

They do this in the UK too and send you a text to say where your blood was used (which hospital) :)

Lynne Stankard
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7 months ago

Great idea xx

Marlene Ricker
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7 months ago

That would really make a blood donor feel happy and proud!

Laura Osborne
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7 months ago

Great idea, I was a donor for many years and never knew if my blood had helped at all. Sadly I can't donate any more as I needed a couple of transfusions myself recently.

Ivan Axelson
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7 months ago

That's cool

Burtine Kendall
Community Member
7 months ago

Terrific idea

Linda Clements
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7 months ago

Can you imagine how good would make the blood donor? What a great initiative!!

Karen Chaddock
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7 months ago

I like that idea. I'm sure it would help any donor feel better about them self as a human being.

Jaguarundi
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7 months ago

Beautiful!

JJM
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7 months ago

What an awesome idea.

Grace Skerp
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7 months ago

To save a life is to save the world.

Mary Freethy
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7 months ago

what a great idea!

Miranda Panda
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7 months ago

That is pretty amazing!!

Linda Robinett
Community Member
7 months ago

I would love to know how my donated blood was used. I don't care if it ends up being used for a blood study etc.

Julinda
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7 months ago

Love this idea!

Susan Barnes
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7 months ago

Great idea

Ghost
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7 months ago

Always a nice feeling, when you know you helped someone 💙

Steve Cruz
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7 months ago

What a brilliant idea that reinforces with donors that they've done something good.

sharron lynn parsons
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7 months ago

Love this, and I get excited over good news, yes indeed we need more positive news !!!

Elizabeth Cooling
Community Member
7 months ago

Wow

Bunny Wood
Community Member
7 months ago

I have a moderately rare blood type (3% of population) so I get texts to say when my blood has been used. Its cool.

Sarawyn
Community Member
7 months ago

Oh that’s so good.

Diane Joines
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7 months ago

Oh, I am moved! So many of my friends are old and sick. good news moved by individuals who are special...special beyond words!

Arasmia Hanna
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7 months ago

This is AWESOME! 👏

Laura Baldwin
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7 months ago

Brilliant idea.

Carol Clingan
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7 months ago

❤️

Lou Lou Woodbury
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7 months ago

This ought to be a practice around the world. Beautiful way to create community!

El Klecanda
Community Member
7 months ago

Actually, the last few time I donated blood here in NY they texted me to let me know when the blood I donated was used. It made me feel really good.

Roxy Eastland
Community Member
7 months ago

That's brilliant. I've had a blood transfusion. I don't think my life was in danger but I had lost a lot of blood and it helped me recover *so* much quicker. I'd love 'my' donor to have got a thank you from me.

Carter Lawrie
Community Member
7 months ago

Great idea!

Maria Rohlen
Community Member
7 months ago

We have done this for many years now.

Lynne Bullock
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7 months ago

What a beautiful way to give positive feedback and ensure people do it again.

Judy Ackerman
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7 months ago

Awesome idea.

Luisa Vasconcelos
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7 months ago

Imagine you are having a shit day and you receive a message like this. Best say ever automatically

Otilia Penczak
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7 months ago

This is an amazing news....just knowing that you save a life or many lives when you donate blood, feels great...

Tara
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7 months ago

That’s bloody cool.

Diana Hockley
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7 months ago

Great news. When you give blood, as a rare blood group - AB Rh Neg - I would love to know if I had made a difference.

Elizabeth Wilkins
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7 months ago

That's is awsome! My husband donates as often as allowed and would love to get a message!!

Jodi Oneil
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7 months ago

I wish more people would give blood. It's such a life saver. (yes. I do.)

Louise Stange-Wahl
Community Member
7 months ago

Makes me so proud to be part Swedish!

Ellen Turner
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7 months ago

In Japan it's called a Horoscope

Jo Finney
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7 months ago

love this

Eva Ondogreculová
Community Member
7 months ago (edited)

In Slovakia as well 🙂

Cameron Chien
Community Member
7 months ago

LifeStream here in Southern California does that via email! I think it's pretty neat!

Marjorie Willcox
Community Member
7 months ago

Yeh!!

Brandy Grote
Community Member
7 months ago

That would be cool!

Laci
Community Member
7 months ago

The U.S. does this too. I was pleasantly surprised to get that text!

Kitty Welbergen
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7 months ago

This is great! Wish we had it too!

KT Pinto
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5 months ago

I luv this idea!

Amanda Lage
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6 months ago

That is cool!

Faith Fitzgerald
Community Member
6 months ago

We get notifications here when your blood is used and where it was sent.

Elizabeth Gardner
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6 months ago

'that is really nice to know you are helping

Carmen Murray
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6 months ago

What a great idea. Blood transfusions saved my life a few times. I wish I could tell the people who donated how hugely greatful I am.

Matt Hanrath
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6 months ago

On and off I have been giving blood over 80x since 1976 got frustrated when I could not give our youngest son family blood during the tainted blood scandal 1993. Back then the Red Cross did that total control with minimal feedback. Every blood donor should be in more control of their blood donations. Blood donors are more likely to do what is right for blood donors. Innovating healthier and longevity of life. Educating in problem solving solutions to help blood donors with themselves being able to study the lab blood analysis records showing all levels of tracking. Research to ensure a healthy harvest at the same time ensuring all donors get on track for longevity of donating. Healthy Wealthy and Wise.

Krishnan Srinivas
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6 months ago

Encouraging

Carolyn Marchand
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6 months ago

So do Canadians!!

Bubbs Art
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6 months ago

👏👏👏👏

Paulo Pontes
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6 months ago

That happens in Brazil too

Nancy Kosola
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6 months ago

I love this incentive 💕👌

Silvia Voineag
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6 months ago

...I am one of those people.I got 3 text messages, so heart worming to save 3 lives 💝

Silvia Voineag
Community Member
6 months ago

I am one of them, a got 3 text messages...= I saved 3 lives, incredibly hart worming

George Hannah
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6 months ago

We have this in the UK, it is very rewarding to receive a text where you donated blood has been used.

Patrick De Montbrun
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6 months ago

Great idea

Una Fester
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6 months ago

Wonderful idea!

Renée Guercia
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6 months ago

How wonderful!

Denise Ward
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6 months ago

Sweet.

Taylor Nelson
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6 months ago

woot

Rocco de Villiers
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6 months ago

Fantastic initiative!

David Milne
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6 months ago

A genuinely positive initiative which harnesses the best of technology.

Nikoletta Muhari
Community Member
6 months ago

We have this feature in Hungary too.

Debbie Scott
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6 months ago

What a positive reinforcement for people who give their blood. This might actually encourage others to do the same.

Rob Shackleford
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6 months ago

Brilliant idea!!

Irma Heiskanen
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6 months ago

In Finland too.

Gábor Bordás
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6 months ago

Works in Hungary as well, when I donated blood for the first time I was positively surprised when I got a text message, that it has been used to help someone. It made me smile and consider donate again despite my horrific needle-phobia

Kevin Aldred
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6 months ago

What a great idea.

Sonya Wyman
Community Member
6 months ago

We receive this in Australia, too :)

Abhimanyu Seth
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6 months ago

Happened to me in India as well 10 years back - I got an SMS a few days after donating blood.

maga red productions
Community Member
6 months ago

thatś impressive

Attila Dezső
Community Member
6 months ago

The Hungarian Red Cross does same! I got a few notifications in the past couple of years ;)

Rose Fagan
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6 months ago

Heartwarming

Beverly Harrell Howe
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6 months ago

Wonderful idea!

Susan Henry
Community Member
6 months ago

Great news

Jean Kealey
Community Member
6 months ago

Same in the UK.

Jean Kealey
Community Member
6 months ago

I do too in the U.K.

lnb
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6 months ago

we have that in Portugal for at least 10 years now!

Joey Tam
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6 months ago

Really? That's great!

Donovan Strader
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6 months ago

Imagine the feeling you would get when you get that text! :D

Gehtdich Nixan
Community Member
6 months ago

that has happened in Austria for many years..

Sally Spelbring
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6 months ago

GREAT

Susan Portugal
Community Member
6 months ago

Beautiful!

Thea Hanrath
Community Member
6 months ago

That's do encouraging

Dori Stefano
Community Member
6 months ago

LOVELY <3

Anna Hoffmann
Community Member
6 months ago

Had to check this, because I am Swedish and live in Sweden. This bit of news comes from 2015, not 2019. No headlines about it during this year. To check facts is ALWAYS positive.

Kristiana Wright
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6 months ago

New Zealand also does this

Ric Tucker
Community Member
6 months ago

I wish our blood center would do that.

Linda DeBaker Mucha Thomas
Community Member
6 months ago

That is beautiful! Thank you Sweden!

Monica Hellweg
Community Member
6 months ago

Oh, love that!

Chris Schilling
Community Member
6 months ago

Also happens here in Australia

Jeanette Mather
Community Member
6 months ago

I wonder about the cost of doing that. When I've donated, I took for granted it would be put to good use.

Cassie Klein
Community Member
6 months ago

LOVE this!

sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
6 months ago

A fantastic idea, this would please myself, and countless people !!!

Heather Rowles
Community Member
6 months ago

The Australian Red Cross who handle all blood donations here have been texting donors with this information for quite a while now. I love blood donors, without them I wouldnt be here.

Debra Rempel
Community Member
6 months ago

Australia Does this also and tells you where it was used! Great idea.

Sherie Bales
Community Member
6 months ago

Brilliant concept!!

Johan Lorentzen
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6 months ago

Wonderfull

Marcin Ludew
Community Member
6 months ago

great

Sue Watling
Community Member
6 months ago

We get this in the uk now

Connie Schulte
Community Member
6 months ago

I love it!

Skye Brean
Community Member
7 months ago

This happens in Australia too

Marg Smith
Community Member
7 months ago

How heartwarming this would be

Yan Pagh
Community Member
7 months ago

That is really nice.

Laura Christie
Community Member
7 months ago

This is also happening in the UK, I've had one! :)

Liana Vulfson
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7 months ago

The danish blood donors are getting the same message!

Éva Nemes
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7 months ago

This is In Hungary worked since ca 15 years.

Andrea Brosnan
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7 months ago

We do this in Australia as well. It is *such* a thrill to get a text, and makes me so happy I donated.

Samuel Woodworth
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7 months ago

This is a GREAT idea! We need this in the US

Julie Lynch
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7 months ago

Wonderful idea Sweden

Donna Young
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7 months ago

That is too cool! Talk about incentive and how good the donor must feel about himself.

Kirsten Lunoe
Community Member
7 months ago

Great idea. Should do everywhere

William Thorp
Community Member
7 months ago

Now, that's cool. It would definitely make my year getting one of those texts.

Sherry Stafford
Community Member
7 months ago

yes that would be nice.

Viktória Kása
Community Member
7 months ago

Woow they do this in Hungary too :D I love it

Elizabeth Dietrich
Community Member
7 months ago

Wow! That's amazing!!!

Cappi Santos
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7 months ago

A

Nándor Lambert
Community Member
7 months ago

I live in Hungary, and We use this system since years... A little thing that works good in the healthcare system here...

Sylvia Peet
Community Member
7 months ago

Yes, Australian donors get that now too - it's very good to know your blood has actually done someone good.

Katharine Gilchrist
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7 months ago

We have that in England.

Katharine Gilchrist
Community Member
7 months ago

Yeah, we have that in the UK now.

Bärbel Stockinger
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7 months ago

The same in austria

Bärbel Stockinger
Community Member
7 months ago

Austria does that too

Cathy Proctor
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7 months ago

What a super great idea

Janie Stroschin
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7 months ago

Dear Red Cross People, Do this ! :>)

Eva Konstantara
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7 months ago

This happens in Cyprus and it moves me every time I donate

NWB
Community Member
7 months ago

They do this here in Australia too. It tells me which hospital it was used at. Feels awesome to get that response!

Leanne Reilly
Community Member
7 months ago

Ireland has been doing this for a few years now! I love getting my message!

Que Estavia
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7 months ago

Nice feedback.

György Vida
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7 months ago

Hungary does this too :)

Marie Cederman
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7 months ago

Great insentif

Jamie S. Martindale
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7 months ago

As a blood donor myself, I appreciate this, however it might have an unexpected effect wherein people look forward to receiving a message, but then never do because their unit of blood expires before it gets used or is used but then the patient dies anyway on the operating table. I hope folks don't stop donating if they don't get that message later, out of a sense of futility, like "oh well, I donated but it didn't end up making a difference."

Bean53
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7 months ago

That's a beautiful thing!

Libby Kerr
Community Member
7 months ago

They do this in Australia too!

Ken Garner
Community Member
7 months ago

Also done in Australia!

Iapetos
Community Member
7 months ago

We have that here in Austria, too.

Lisa Ahimsa
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7 months ago

New York Blood Center does the same via email :)

Alison Mayer
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7 months ago

Israel has been doing that for years!

Deanta Saeran
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7 months ago

Can we do this in the US please?

Elda Quinton
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7 months ago

That happened to me in Scotland in 1963. I received a letter asking me to come and donate on a particular day when a little boy was having open heart surgery. A few weeks later I got a letter thanking me and telling me that the surgery had been a success.

Nessa Vanessa
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7 months ago

The Red Cross does that here in the US!! I love getting those texts telling me where my blood went to

Bunny Wood
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7 months ago

Australia does this also. Its cool

Rani Johnson
Community Member
7 months ago

Please have this for the US. I always wonder where my DNA runs off to.

Suzan Woychuk
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7 months ago

👍🏻

Corinna Wernze
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7 months ago

(y)

Donna Hand
Community Member
7 months ago

<3

Judy Anaka
Community Member
7 months ago

We do this in Canada too! I love it!

Nyree Huh
Community Member
7 months ago

This also happens in my country, it's really nice getting that message!

Nyree Huh
Community Member
7 months ago

this also happens in my country! it's really nice getting that message!

Gina Amesbury
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7 months ago

That happens here too

Pamela Theuerkauf Millin
Community Member
7 months ago

Red Cross does that in the USA as well

Jessica Langmeyer
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7 months ago

I get a letter when I saved a life for doing this.

Hande Sener
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7 months ago

It was put into effect several years ago.... in Turkey

Stevie Fava
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7 months ago

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Kathleen Kilgore
Community Member
7 months ago

I wish I could give blood (I'm Rh negative), but I only weigh 97 pounds ( I am an adult female). You have to weigh more than 105 to give blood.

Pretty Pangolin
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7 months ago

I've gained a lot of weight in the last few years from taking corticosteroids so now I'm going to ask my doc if I can donate. Might as well make lemonade out of lemons!

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Panda Kicki
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7 months ago

Well, there isnt always life and death situations when our blood come to use, the text is not actually saying we saved a life, just "Your blood has ben put to use", that can mean both used for a patient or for medicine :) It is nice to get anyhow!

Michael Brewer
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7 months ago

This is already a thing in Australia, but great nonetheless

Don Morro
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7 months ago

We get those here too actually.

Mooncut
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7 months ago (edited)

I wonder how much that would cost in phone bills

Zsuska Kulcsár
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7 months ago

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Arthur Bittencourt
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7 months ago

So if you dont receive the text it means the patient died?

Deb Aungst
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7 months ago

KOOL!

How dare you,
Community Member
7 months ago

And exactly how many liters are missing from your specific blood type in your area.

Ian Smith
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7 months ago

I preferred the movie tickets. That needle hurts!

Pumbaa
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Sounds like a lot of work! Bute nice

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I trust that the blood I donate, is used in a hospital. Ned of that blood is decided by an doctor. I do not need to know it saved someone, because then you should also know, if the blood was used in an operation not so succesful. Otherwisw you might get the understanding, that your blood is never used. And who wants to know, that donated blood was used in an unsuccesful operation?

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Lovely initiative. However, it does nothing to increase the number of donors. People who donate already know why they do it. Don't get me wrong, it's nice. Just not very practical

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Raine Soo
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7 months ago

I had read about this in the news earlier this year. Good job, mate!

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Marc
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7 months ago

Thank you Norway!

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As humans, we have this thing called “negative bias” that make us respond quicker to bad or dangerous situations. Nowadays, this bias is getting in the way of our happiness and well-being, and even our productivity because most of the narrative surrounding us (print, online or mobile) is that the “world is ending".

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Foxxy
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7 months ago

Wow, that is a huge rise. Fantastic efforts.

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Marc
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7 months ago

It is getting more and more common in some countries and supermarkets. Loose fruits and vegetables and also non-perfect ones. It's a good trend!

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Foxxy
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7 months ago (edited)

More funding is needed for stem cell research. They have already discovered some incredible ways stem cells can help with paralysis and other movement disorders etc. Imagine what else they can discover.

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I think we should find a balance between negative and positive news. From politics to climate change and economy, negative and bad news surrounds us everywhere we go. A potential solution could be to limit the amount of bad news, basically slow down our personal news cycle, adding some positive news to our “news diet” to make sure that our outlook on the world is more optimistic. Also, it's very important to invest time to deal with misinformation and the reliability of news sources.

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Magpie
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7 months ago

Ducks will also be providing some fertilizer. Win Win

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Marc
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7 months ago

That is amazing! The Netherlands are an amazing example when it comes to society and community. We all can learn from them!

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Lucas
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7 months ago

Every country needs to do that - and stop whaling.

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Nea
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7 months ago

Steps like these show the power of the State in achieving large scale sustainable results if there is a will.

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Sonja
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7 months ago

Oh...thats sooo sweet, that should be everywhere..

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Marc
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7 months ago

That is especially important in the fight against so called puppy mills.

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Iggy
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7 months ago

Or buzz stops, as they should now be known.

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Marc
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7 months ago

It's sad that in 2019 equal pay has to be enforced. It should be just normal... should.

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Sonja
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7 months ago

Oooh.love this...why it is not everywhere...

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Pamela24
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7 months ago

I love this picture! So cute!

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7 months ago

This is a great contrast to all the negativity we hear about women's value in India.

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Raine Soo
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7 months ago

Thank you, thank you, thank you! The bees thank you, and I thank you.

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Magpie
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7 months ago

I have always hated circuses. Even when I was so young I did not have the words to explain why I was crying. So good to see this!!!

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7 months ago

I'll believe it when I see it. There have been stories of oil eating bacteria, and all sorts of magical things that eat the bad stuff. I hope to see it, but until then....

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7 months ago

This is fantastic. Sooooo many people end up in jail or dead because we fail them as a society.

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7 months ago

Did they find a match?

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Iggy
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7 months ago

95% is very impressive.

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European other
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7 months ago

Yes but they are in danger of climate change now like many species

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