Jersey Day raises awareness for organ donation

On Friday, September 2, Australians are being urged to wear their favourite sporting jersey to work or school for 'Jersey Day' to help raise awareness for organ donation after Hills District youngster Nathan Gremmo, who tragically lost his life in May 2015, saved six other lives.

Jersey Day is a simple concept designed to raise awareness of The Organ and Tissue Authority and the Donate Life network.

Wear your favourite sporting jersey to school or work to show their support for the Donate Life network and begin the conversation with their friends and families about Organ Donation.

Jersey Day has been inspired by the story of Nathan Gremmo who was tragically lost in an accident in May 2015. Nathan’s family chose to give the gift of life to others to honour the legacy of Nathan’s generous personality.

This campaign is all about raising awareness. Simply wear your favourite sporting jersey to school or work on Friday September 2, 2016 and show your support for this cause.

For more information go to:

jerseyday.com.au

donatelife.gov.au

Organ donation registration form