Australian Red Cross Blood Service -

If you, or one of your loved ones, have ever needed blood, you already know how important it is. Many people today would not be alive if it wasn't for Australia's generous and voluntary, unpaid blood donors who give blood each week to help those in need. It's one of those things that we just expect to be there for us, but only a very small proportion (around 3%) of people actually give blood. This is one of the reasons we say it takes someone special to give blood. Yet sooner or later, one in three of us will need it. People who give blood are united by their generosity and the desire to give something back to the community.

It truly does take someone special to give blood.

Giving Blood:
If you want to give blood, complete our online registration form or call 13 14 95 to make an appointment.
Donate Life -

This wish to help others becomes a reality if Australians learn about organ and tissue donation and make the decision to become a donor. Families also need to know the wishes of the potential donor. This means discussing, understanding and accepting each family member's decision. If families are unaware of their deceased loved one's decision about organ and tissue donation, they are less likely to give consent for donation. Families also need to know individuals' wishes about tissue donation. Even if you are registered as an organ donor, your family will still be asked to confirm your wishes and give their consent. It's important that they know your wishes.
Australia has one of the lowest organ donation rates in the developed world. An estimated 100 people die each year while waiting for an organ transplant due to the shortage of organ and tissue donors. You can help save lives by registering your consent to become an organ and tissue donor. Remember to tell your partner, family or friends about your decision.
Click here to register now!
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