Take part in Jersey Day to show your support… and your team colours!

On Friday, 2 September wear your favourite sporting jersey to work or school to show your support for DonateLife, and to take the opportunity to have the chat with your families and friends – let them know your donation decision and ask and know theirs.

Jersey Day was inspired by Nathan Gremmo, who was tragically lost in an accident in 2015 at the age of just 15. Nathan’s family generously agreed to Nathan becoming an organ donor, in honour of Nathan’s generous personality.

Now in its second year, the day is about raising awareness of organ and tissue donation. To show your support, and for a chance to show off your team colours, take part in Jersey Day 2015!

Share your stories and photos on social media using #JerseyDay, #DonateLife and #endthewait.

If you don’t have a sporting jersey – for any sporting code - just wear a colourful shirt to show your support.

Go to www.jerseyday.com.au for more information about Jersey Day, to download a Jersey Day poster, and to learn how you can help save a life.

Photo of Prime Minister and Minister Wyatt wearing Jersey Day jerseys


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the facts about organ and
tissue donation

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  • Understanding donation


and register on the Australian
Organ Donor Register

  • Register your decision


your donation decision with family and friends

  • Who needs to know?
  • How to start the discussion