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Octapharma Plasma Employees Help Raise $4,400 in One Week

Octapharma Plasma employees from the Charlotte, NC center (located on Reagan Drive): from left Caroline Ochola, Latoya Cunningham, Dorena Reynolds, Albert Moore and Catrina Crawford.

Octapharma Plasma, Inc. raised more than $4,400 in just one week for the Immune Deficiency Foundation in honor of Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases Awareness Month. The dedicated employees saw it as an honor to support IDF and raise awareness of primary immunodeficiency diseases.

They participated in IDF Blue Jeans for Healthy Genes, making donations in exchange to wear blue jeans to work. Staff members and donors could also donate to have their “Hanging Up Jeans” displayed, and many participated.

Bill Griner, Octapharma Plasma Sr. Director of Operations, said “Blue Jeans for Healthy Genes is an ideal way to partner with the Immune Deficiency Foundation; it’s an effective way for plasma center donors and staff to give back to the PIDD community.”

What an amazing display of kindness and support! Thank you, Octapharma Plasma!

“Hanging Up Jeans” on Octapharma Plasma Corporate Office Wall in Charlotte, NC.

at Octapharma Plasma Center in Petersburg, VA

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