Generation Y

4 Times to Save 12 Lives – Our Challenge

How it works:

Individuals will make a pledge to do at least (4) four donations during the (12) twelve-month period of this challenge, starting from June 2020. The time of donation will be determined by the donor but not to be more frequent than (8) weeks between donations.

After making their first donation, donors are required to invite at least (4) of their friends to join the challenge.
Donors will be asked to share their photos and keep track of their donations.
On completion of their (4) four donations, the donors will be presented with a T-shirt to indicate their participation and achievement.
At the end of the initiative, all the donors that completed the challenge will be eligible to be entered into a grand prize draw.
This challenge will be undertaken in Antigua and Barbuda. All blood donations will be made at the Mount St. John Medical Centre.
The ‘4 Times to Save 12 Lives’ Challenge’ was launched on June 15th, 2020 in commemoration of World Blood Donor Day 2020 and will run until June 14th, 2021 under the theme, “Safe Blood Saves Lives”.

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Halo Generation Y Magazine – June 2023 Edition

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