Take the Bloody Oath

Will you take the oath?

It’s a big responsibility, but the feeling you get knowing you’ve helped save a life is nothing short of extraordinary.

Whether it’s first thing, at lunchtime or on weekends, find the time and place that suits you – then make us part of your routine.

If you’re already a blood donor, share this with the ones you love… because if there’s anything we’ve learned over the past year, it’s that life’s so much better together.

So, if you’re ready to give hope, joy and second chances, take the Bloody Oath and book your blood donation today.

Ready to take the Bloody Oath?

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A commitment to making a difference

"I hereby swear to be the lifeblood of Australia. 
Of community and country.
To give what I can, as often as I can. 
Even when I don’t feel like it. Or if I’m scared.
And if I give excuses, don’t take them.
Hold me to my word.
Because Australia needs me.
To give hope.
To give joy.
Give second chances.
To give life. 
Do I promise to be a blood donor?
Bloody Oath, I do."

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“I swear to give hope.”
A new blood donor is needed every 4 minutes.
a woman is holding her hand up and smiling, on her elbow is a bandage, in the background is a stadium
“I swear to give what I can.”
1 in 3 Australians will need blood in their lifetime.
a man is holding up his hand and smiling, on his elbow is a bandage, in the background is a motorcycle
“I swear to give second chances.”
1 donation can save up to 3 lives.