Learners give a little

2017-12-19 06:01

Spine Road High in Mitchell’s Plain made the top of the list when the Western Province Blood Transfusion Service (WPBTS) recently announced their top 10 donating schools by most units of blood donated across the province.

This school collectively donated 438 units of blood across four blood donation clinics, giving them an average of 109 donations per clinic.

Other schools on the list are:

10. Langenhoven Gymnasium in Oudtshoorn (272 units)

9. Monument Park in Kraaifontein (277)

8. Durbanville High (292)

7. Punt High in Mossel Bay (312)

6. Bellville Technical High School (323)

5. Outeniqua High in George (335)

4. Drostdy High in Worcester (375)

3. Fish Hoek High (412), 19 more units than in 2017

2. Bellville High (418). Bellville High is also the school with the highest new donor rate, resulting in 190 new donors in just one year.

The WPBTS urges the public to donate blood to ensure a steady supply over the festive season.

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