WEAR YOUR FAVOURITE JERSEY, HAVE SOME FUN AND START
A CONVERSATION ABOUT ORGAN DONATION

Each Jersey Day we ask schools and workplaces across Australia to allow students and employees to wear their favourite sporting jersey to school or work and begin the conversation with their family and friends about the importance of becoming an organ and tissue donor. Jersey Day was inspired by the gift of life that Nathan Gremmo (pictured) gave to six people when he became an organ donor at age 13.

This year, we are celebrating Jersey Day a little differently! We want to see your best Trick Shot for the #jerseydaytrickshot competition, and if your Trick Shot is judged as one of the winning entries you’ll receive $1000 for your nominated charity or sporting club. Find all the information you need here.

Jersey Day is all about raising awareness – there is no requirement to raise funds. Jersey Day is fun, it’s free and by registering to become an organ and tissue donor you could be helping to save a life.

We’re looking forward to seeing all of your Trick Shots on social media this Jersey Day – Friday September 3. 

#JERSEYDAYTRICKSHOTS         #JERSEYDAYAU         #DONATELIFE

 

JERSEY DAY 2021 IS COMING SOON!
AND THIS YEAR, WE WANT TO SEE YOUR BEST TRICK SHOT…

JERSEY DAY Scott Morrison PM
JERSEY DAY Turia Pitt and Hakavai
JERSEY DAY The Today Show with Tim Gilbert, Deb Knight and Sarrah Le Marquand
JERSEY DAY and WINX, Chris Waller, Damien Fitton and Leo Lee
JERSEY DAY The Wiggles
NSW Ambulence Jersey Day jerseys
JERSEY DAY Maggie Beer
NSW Blues State of Origin in Jersey Day jerseys
Qantas Pilot Richie Brown in Jersey Day jersey
Catherine Cox in Jersey Day jersey

Thanks for sharing your photos! #jerseydayau

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JERSEY DAY Community collage

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