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Sign Up To Donate Blood Today!

We are running community drives throughout the month of August in Center City.

Donor incentives include:

  • Donation will be tested for the COVID Antibody
  • Free coffee and donut from DUNKIN!
  • $5 Amazon Card
  • Those who come to give blood, platelets or plasma August 1-31, 2020, will receive automatic entry for a chance to win a custom State of Decay 2: Juggernaut Edition-themed Xbox One X console. Only 3 of these limited-edition consoles are being created. Terms and conditions apply.

Make An Appointment today online:  RedCrossBlood.org/SOD2

(use one of the following sponsor codes)

2020-Blood-Drive

Benefit Fund Newsletter – August 2020

The 2020 Biometrics program is open – deadline Oct. 31st! More details can be found here. Mailings were sent to your home address in July. If you did not
receive the mailing, please contact the Benefit Fund to ensure we have your correct address on file.

Benefit Fund Newsletter – July 2020

The 2020 Biometrics program will be up and running from August 1st – October 31st, 2020. We will communicate the program requirements to all members in a few weeks and information will be posted on the 1199cfunds.org website as well. Please stay tuned and share the program dates with your co-workers to ensure awareness of the program start date.

District 1199C Benefits & Pension Fund Moves To Phase Two, Limited Access

In accordance with the guidelines regarding the covid-19 outbreak, the benefit and pension funds will be moving to phase two of our covid-19 plan with limited access and staff at our 1319 locust Street location. If you must see a representative we suggest you call 215 552 5830 to make an appointment otherwise leaving a message on the funds phone will prompt a service rep to return your call as soon as possible.

Benefit Fund Newsletter – June 2020

June is Men’s Health Month. Studies show men are less likely to seek medical care for a number of reasons. Some avoid care because they feel fine. Others are nervous about an exam or what it might reveal. Some men even see medical care as a sign of weakness. But staying healthy is a sign of strength. It’s important to keep your whole health in check. Read more about Men’s Health in Father knows best: 7 lessons from dads to improve your health.

Nutrition and Hydration: Quick Facts for COVID-19 Patients Recovering at Home

In the US, only around 12% of those infected with COVID-19 will require hospitalization.1 The remaining 88% are people who will manage their illness and recover at home. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 infection are fever, cough, and shortness of breath; these symptoms are usually accompanied by fatigue and loss of appetite.

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Benefit Fund Newsletter – May 2020

May is Mental Health Month – In times of crisis, it is often times difficult to find happiness in everyday life. For the next 30 days, you are challenged to try one action each day to find some happiness. Download the May Benefit Find Newsletter for calendar.

CDC Guideline for PPE Gear When Caring for Confirmed or Suspect COVID-19

Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when caring for patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19. Guide to donning (putting on the gear) & doffing (taking off the gear) PPE.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

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Benefit Fund Newsletter – March 2020

March is National Nutrition Month: Power your day with a healthy start at breakfast.; Food for your mood: How what you eat affects your mental health.; This Month’s Recipe Spotlight Garden Vegetable Lasagna!

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