The Red Cross Blood Service and men’s grooming brand, LYNX are asking Sydney University students to roll up their sleeve to give blood on campus this week as part of their project to save 100,000 lives.
The Red Cross donation truck and the LYNX recovery tent will be set up all week long at Sydney University as part of Australia’s largest ever blood drive – the LYNX Peace project – and you can make a difference.
Rugby union stars, Adam Ashley Cooper and Dave Dennis have led by example and already given blood to support the movement. Olympic swimmer, Cameron McEvoy has also pledged to donate after the Commonwealth Games. A number of SUSF’s Elite Athlete Program (EAP) scholarship holders will be supporting the project this week.
If you would like to donate blood this week, please turn up at Eastern Avenue (outside the Madsen Building) at Sydney University anytime between 9am-3pm this Monday-Friday.
For more information and to pledge to donate, head to www.lynxpeace.com.au.
Nominate a friend to get involved by using the hashtag #loveisinyourblood