The first is obvious.
Elise: let's go donate plasma, they give you money to donate it
Me: okay let's do it
— lindsay (@lindsaylurins) May 23, 2016
But donating plasma is about so much more.
dear humans who donate blood/plasma: thank you so much. it means everything.
— olivia (@livvyports16) April 2, 2015
Don’t think your donation is taken for granted.
People who donate blood/plasma/platelets are the people I owe my life to. I can't thank you enough.💗
— ɑshlyn❣ (@ashhhhlyn96) January 22, 2015
For those of you who donate plasma, thank you. Your donation is what's helping me get better tonight. http://t.co/6fAb7p6Xj8
— Samantha Leigh (@delightnaturals) November 5, 2014
Thank you to all of you who donate plasma! I'm receiving a medication that takes 1000+ of you just to get what my body needs… #savinglives
— V (@vroni18__) August 29, 2013
It’s not just those who receive the treatments who are grateful. The gratitude goes beyond them.
Just had some random girl thank me because i donate my plasma. Cause her little cousin needs plasma donations to live
— kyle wheeler (@KyleUsmc598) August 17, 2013
And a big thank you to those who donate plasma. It very well could have been the thing that saved my grandpas life last night
— Skittles 🤷🏽♀️ (@SaraMichelleeee) December 1, 2013
So, what’s the payoff? Ultimately, it’s this.
I love when after I donate blood/plasma they say "Thank you for saving a life today." It makes me feel good to know I'm helping somebody?
— ßayley (@bayleyrideout) April 12, 2014