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You get one hour to yourself, they get their whole lives

Did you know that giving blood only takes one hour, but you can save up to three lives?

In just one hour, you could make sure that someone like Charlotte — who needed blood donations to fight leukaemia — gets their life back. All while enjoying a bit of quiet time to yourself.
 


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Who could your donation help?

Every day, thousands of people in Australia need blood products. It might be to save their life, help them stay healthy or protect them from serious illness. The hour you spend donating may seem small, but it makes a huge difference to them.

Here are just 10 of the millions of people in Australia who’ve had their lives changed by blood donors.

Asha gets to play

Asha gets to play

Asha needed blood to fight leukaemia. Now she can play just like other little girls.

Emma got to have a life

Emma got to have a life

During her teens, Emma needed many transfusions to treat severe anaemia.

Holly gets to spend time with her best mate

Holly gets to spend time with her best mate

To stay healthy and enjoy life, Holly needs regular treatments made from plasma for her immune disorder.
 

Kiran gets to be a mum

Kiran gets to be a mum

After losing one and a half litres of blood following the birth of her son, Kiran needed a blood transfusion. Now she’s a proud mum.
 

Luke got his life back

Luke got his life back

Blood donors helped writer and comedian Luke beat cancer — twice.

Mapolo gets to be happy and healthy

Mapalo gets to be happy and healthy

Because of her sickle cell anaemia, Mapalo needs regular blood transfusions to stay well.

Nathan got to grow up

Nathan got to grow up

Diagnosed with leukaemia as a baby, Nathan needed blood donations to survive. Now, he’s all grown up.

Nick gets to have a healthy life

Nick gets to have a healthy life

Plasma donors help Nick live a healthy, active life despite his immune deficiency.

Rhys and Tay get to grow up together

Rhys and Tay get to grow up together

Born 15 weeks early, together these twins needed 10 blood transfusions to survive. Now, they’re healthy, rowdy brothers.

 

Terese gets to encourage others to save lives like hers

Terese gets to encourage others to save lives

Thanks to blood donors, Terese is in remission from acute myeloid leukaemia. She now promotes giving blood.