Jersey Day 2015

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Jersey Day is a great concept inspired by the tragic death of Nathan Gremmo, lost in an accident earlier in 2015.

Nathan’s family took the tough decision and gave the gift of life honour the legacy of their son. They did that by donating Nathan’s organs which enabled many other people to live.

On September 4th, the Jersey Day founders are asking schools and workplaces across Australia to allow their students and employees to wear their favourite sporting jersey to school or work to show that they support DONATE LIFE and begin the conversation with their friends and families about organ donation.

It’s early days in this campaign, but hundreds of schools, businesses and individuals have got behind the concept immediately.

If you want to know more, want to be involved, or simply want to know how to start the conversation, please visit the Jersey Day website.

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