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FREE Health Screenings Fundraiser
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About this campaign
Synergy Saturday provides weekly FREE health screenings, risk assessments and more for poor health and poverty alleviation. Synergy Saturday is the 2019 Support Organization of the Year for Arkansas. https://www.SynergySaturday.com
Average wellness programs have per-person costs that range $100 - $400 per year. Our minimum goal for the year is 500 FREE screenings with a per-person minimum cost of $100; hence, our campaign goal of $5,000. 500 screenings in 52 weeks breaks down to roughly 10 participants per Saturday ... a reachable and reasonable goal. This year alone, we are currently at 2,331 FREE screenings for the year and are approaching 500% our goal.
Synergy Saturday is our award-winning collaborative Organization; Healthy Self is our campaign; and FREE Health Screenings are our life-saving endeavors.
Quite naturally, funds raised above our goal will accomplish additional screenings per $100 per person, as well as, increased supplies for expanded screenings and maintenance of our Mobile Health Screening Unit (MHSU). Expanded screenings and supplies supported from your funding are: clinical breast, eye/glaucoma, kidney, skin cancer, dental, Hepatitis C, HIV, and heart attack risk assessments. Our initial, yet most critical, screening offerings are blood pressure, pulse rate, blood glucose and BMI. We partner with licensed medical professionals for screenings of a more technical nature, and are inter-professional and collaborative through our Experiential Learning Opportunity program.
"Blood pressure is one of the most important screenings because high blood pressure usually has no symptoms so it can't be detected without being measured. High blood pressure greatly increases your risk of heart disease and stroke."
--- American Heart Association