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    The New Zealand Blood Service has a defined strategy to encourage today’s youth to become tomorrow’s active donors.  Through promoting the habit of regular blood donation at an early age we are collectively ensuring the sustainability of the donor population and the blood supply for people in need throughout the...

    National Volunteer Week is co-ordinated annually by Volunteering New Zealand.  Events and celebrations are held across NZ to recognise the invaluable contribution made by volunteers.  This year it runs from 16 – 22 June and the theme is:

    Couples and friends can make appointments to donate together on or around Valentine’s Day, after which first-time donors will be able to find out their blood type and how their donations will help others.

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