World Thrombosis Day Giveaway!

WTD Giveaway

Happy World Thrombosis Day 2014!

In recognition of this special day and the global movement to “Stop Blood Clots, Save Lives,” I am hosting a World Thrombosis Day Giveaway! It is my hope that you wear these bracelets to raise awareness about blood clots including causes, risk factors, signs and symptoms.

Don’t want to wait to see if you win? You can order these bracelets in the shop, including the new “Have-A-Heart” Bracelet for World Thrombosis Day. During the month of October, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of a “Have-A-Heart” Bracelet will be donated to World Thrombosis Day.

Blood Clot Awareness Bracelet Pack Giveaway

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The Blood Clot Awareness Bracelet Pack Includes:

  • 1 Red Stretch Band Bracelet with Faith Love (side 1), Hope Courage (side 2) and Red Ribbon Charms
  • 1 “Have-A-Heart” for World Thrombosis Day Red Stretch Bracelet
  • 1 Stretch Burgundy Ribbon Bracelet (for Blood Disorder Awareness)
  • 1 Stretch Red and White Ribbon Bracelet (for PE Awareness)
  • 1 Stretch Red Ribbon Bracelet (for Blood Clot and DVT Awareness)
  • 1 Red and White Silicone Awareness Bracelet (for PE Awareness)

Enter through Rafflecopter below and please note, I will be selecting two (2) winners to receive the Blood Clot Awareness Bracelet Pack containing the six (6) bracelets listed above. The World Thrombosis Day Giveaway runs from midnight on today, October 13 through midnight on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Winners will be announced on the Rafflecopter Widget (found here) and be notified via email and will have 48 hours to claim their prize before a new winner will be drawn. Good luck and thank you for entering!

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Comments

  1. World Thrombosis Day…I love it! I’ve been sharing #stopdeadlyclots info-graphics all over FB. Thanks for all you do to spread awareness. Keep up the great work!

  2. Thank you for the giveaway!!

  3. This is so awesome!

  4. I support World Thrombosis Day today and everyday! I share symptoms, I have shared my story through blood clot recovery network, on when I was diagnosed the first time I had multiple dvts in my left leg and first diagnosed with factor v Leiden heterozygous mutation, in hopes to help people who have just been diagnosed. I described my symptoms very well in my story, so people know what to look for, and also to let them know they are not alone.

    • Thank you, Cathy! I am so glad to have connected with you and aid in raising awareness by sharing your story. Thanks for keeping in touch too! 🙂

  5. Love these. 🙂

  6. Tamika Brown says

    Thank you for this give away. But more importantly, thank you for bringing awareness. I don’t know what I would have done without your FB page.

  7. Shelby Faulkner says

    I’ve been counting down to today like it was Christmas!lol

  8. Thank you for bringing awareness!! It’s hard for me to talk about still, but I hope to one day share my story with the world.

  9. Jennifer Wheaton says

    #WTDay14 and everyday! Raising awareness by sharing my survival story through social media!

  10. Kris Harvey says

    Tonight my mom and I are going to an event at a local hospital with speakers and testimonials about blood clots and prevention.

  11. I am spreading awarenews through facebook #awarenessmatters

  12. Thank you for raising awareness for blood clots!

  13. HelenDevine says

    I attended the World Thrombosis Day event in London today, it was educational, moving and thought-provoking and I am looking forward to next year’s event already.

  14. Cynthia Simmons says

    I’m wearing red today and informing co workers of my condition. I found a Co worker with symptoms and she has made an appointment to see her doctor.
    “Survivors Unite!!” 🙂

  15. Teresa Coney says

    I have shared my story on my Facebook page and am wearing red today in honor. I am always telling everyone how I got mine and to get tested if they feel there is cause for concern due to genetics. Also sharing lots of info on my page so people can read up and be informed. Thanks for the chance to win, I would wear these proudly.

  16. Hi all and dear Sara,
    Wore red yesterday on the 13th and told MANY about my PE
    Living down under in Australia we have NOTHING here, no WORLD THROMBOSIS DAY, except last night on the “NEWS” at 6pm on Channel 9, they did show that 40 people per day die of bloodclots. I wish more awareness would be made of the DANGERS of bloodclots but yesterday (13th) was the VERY FIRST time I had heard it mentioned and they interviewed a lady who had had a clot which resulted when she was 39 years old and ended up with a stroke. They did mention some of the symptoms but that was all.
    I am a PE Survivor was diagnosed late April 2014 with many large clots which had travelled through my heart (stretched the right Ventricle) into my lungs. Haemotologist, Pulmonary Specialist and Cardiologist all said I should have died………only when I searched the net did I come across Sara’s “RECOVERY” blog and wept with relief……..Sara helped me SOOO much as have the posts of many of you other Survivors and CATHY W has my admiration what she all did with the hospital/doctors.
    Am on Coumodin and because the clots were idiopathic will most likely be on it for life.
    I have ALWAYS been a VERY active person and NEVER thought I would get a bloodclot.
    Let us all make as many people as possible AWARE of PE and how it can change your life, IF you live to tell your story, MY GRATEFUL THANK YOU to Sara for keeping me sane and helping me via emails across the oceans.
    There are no bracelets here I can purchase like are shown above, only ones you have to order from Medic Alert with inscriptions and they are NOT cheap and Pensioners don’t get concessions.
    The VERY BEST to everyone.

    • Hello, my friend! Thank you for ALL OF YOUR KIND WORDS! It is always a pleasure to hear from you. 🙂 Thank you for sharing your story so that the others on this post may read too. I am glad to hear they had something on the news there. I have not seen anything in my local community yet. I wish we could talk more about blood clots like we do heart attacks, cancer and strokes. Like those things, it is a serious health concern that is effecting – and claiming the lives – of just as many, if not sometimes more, people.

      Thank you!! I look forward to speaking with you again soon.

  17. I was just diagnosed with PE in August! Good too know that I’m not alone!:)

  18. Do you know where we can buy these bracelets?

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