Give a life-changing Christmas gift
As the place that believes in Christmas magic, Westfield has collaborated with Australian Red Cross Lifeblood to share the magic of what it truly means to give at Christmas.
From 4-26 December, ‘The Most Magical Gift Shop’, located on Level 5 at Westfield Sydney, will open its doors to customers who want to give a life-changing gift this Christmas - a blood donation.
‘The Most Magical Gift Shop’ is an inviting space for customers to not only donate blood, but also learn about the positive impact of their contribution and read messages of thanks from patients and their families who have already felt the generosity of blood donations.
Did you know your blood donation could save up to three lives? Now that’s pretty magical.
Do something magical this Christmas with Lifeblood. Give blood at ‘The Most Magical Gift Shop’.
Lifeblood Pop-up donor centre
The Most Magical Gift Shop
L5, Westfield Sydney
You can make a real difference.
Thousands of Aussies need a blood donation over the Christmas period. In fact, one blood donation is needed every 18 seconds. Giving blood is one of the most generous things you can do.
What does it take?
About an hour of your time and a desire to help others. That’s it. You’ll just need to make a booking and drink plenty of water beforehand, then you’re ready to give the best Christmas gift there is.
Can you donate?
Are you over 18, feeling well and weigh more than 50kg?
You should be able to give blood. Nearly 60% of Australia’s adult population are eligible to donate, but check your eligibility on the Lifeblood website here if you aren’t sure.
The best Christmas gifts are free.
Book your life-changing gift at ‘The Most Magical Gift Shop’.
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