Join WSCLC in Savings Lives

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In July 2021, WSCLC registered as a LifeBlood team with Red Cross Australia. This means our organisation is registered as a team to tally our blood donations and how many lives we save over the year! We are aiming to donate enough blood to save 100 lives before July 2022.  

Australia needs more than 31,000 blood donations every week to help people in all sorts of life-giving ways. Those who receive donations could be fighting cancer, going through a difficult pregnancy, or they could rely on regular transfusions to stay healthy. Every blood donation can help save three lives! 

If you would like to donate, you can book online or through the app – and remember to register and mention your participation is on behalf of ‘Western Sydney Community Legal Centre’!  

Donating blood is included as an essential reason to leave your home – so if you find yourself with some free time during lockdown, the team at Red Cross are incredibly supportive and create a fun environment to distract you from the needle!  

If you’re unsure or have questions, Lifeblood have so many resources to help:  

  • Check your eligibility here 
  • Learn about the donation process here 
  • Click here for tips to help you relax before a donation 
  • Learn about who your blood helps here  

We look forward to taking on this challenge in 2021-22, and hope the community can join us!  


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