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Milestone Systems Joins Lifeblood Teams

Members of the Milestone Systems South Pacific team have begun a 2-month blood drive, as a way to support Australia’s ongoing need for blood and plasma.

“The need for blood donations never stops, so it is important to keep supplies flowing,” said Danielle Joynson of Milestone Systems South Pacific.

“By spreading information or donating blood, we are doing our best to save lives. We can see this initiative spreading across the video technology industry here, too, and strongly encourage our friends, partners, and colleagues to join us in our quest.”

Around 33,000 donations are needed every week in Australia. These are critical to the healthcare sytem as donations help patients experiencing cancer, surgery, trauma and childbirth complications or might support patients who have serious health conditions such as auto-immune disorders.

The Milestone Blood Drive runs between 1 November and 31 December and staff members, as well as suppliers, friends and family have been invited to donate blood or plasma.

To ensure donations can be counted towards this blood drive, a Lifeblood team has been set up for Milestone staff, friends, family and suppliers. The Lifeblood Team forms part of the blood donation program run by Australian Red Cross Lifeblood and the blood drive is designed to bring people together to save lives.

As each blood donation is broken down into 3 parts and sent to three different recipients, the blood drive has the benefit of counting donations, as well as the number of lives saved by participating donors.

Click here to support the Milestone Lifeblood team  or contact Danielle at daj@milestonesys.com for more information.

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