:كتار منكن تساألو شو سبب اجتياح وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي لصور لمتطوّعين لابسين تي شيرت حمر مع كمّ مقصوص بيوم 14 حزيران؟ !الجواب هيّن حملة جديدة أطلقناها هدفا تحفيذ الانسان على العطاء، عبر اليد الممدودة الجاهزة للتبرّع من بعد ما تمّ قصّ قسم من الكمّ، والتأكيد على إنّو كلّنا إخوة بالدم، وعيلة وحدة بتنبض بالحياة لتساعد … Continue reading حملة جديدة أطلقتها جمعية “العطاء بلا مقابل” في اليوم العالمي للمتبرّعين بالدّم!
Myra Khalife, a fellow advocate of blood donation shares with us her journey towards fulfilling an act she whole-heartedly perceives as fundamental, informing us of her reason alongside an invitation to follow suit. Moreover, we are welcomed with a dose of motivation in-between the lines to never give up. On behalf of Donner Sang Compter, … Continue reading Intention speaks louder than Action: A Hero’s Words
Dearest hero, Having joined Donner Sang Compter in 2017, there is no doubt that my life changed for the better. One may wonder how a simple act of volunteering could have such a dramatic effect, and the answer to that has to do more with internal aspects than external ones. Joining an NGO provides you … Continue reading A Letter from a Blood Drop
The USJ's CIS, CSM and CST campuses received us for blood drives during the month of February.On the 19th, while the country faced yet another bombing, we had 33 courageous volunteers donate blood, contributing to the help of around 100 people in need, during the blood drive we organized at the USJ's Campus de l'innovation … Continue reading A Tour Around 3 USJ Campuses In February!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 28,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 10 sold-out performances for that many … Continue reading 2013 In Review For Our Blog
As we returned yesterday from our blood drive at the Zaitunay Bay, we got the perfect satisfaction for our long day's work. An emotional post by Mrs. Carla Aoude Sakr got us so pumped up that we decided to share the story with you! She sent us the photo above and captioned it with the following: … Continue reading Mother Delivers Baby On Time After DSC Fulfills The Blood Demand!
We’ve received over the past few months many complaints from the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community in Lebanon, over one of the points we stated on our website http://www.dsclebanon.org, when it comes to the conditions which do not allow people to donate blood in the country: Let us be clear, once and for … Continue reading DSC’s clarification to the LGBT community
Easter is considered by many as the most significant event on the Christian calendar, yet most Christians have little or no knowledge of the deep mysteries of the blood of Jesus revealed by medical scientific investigations. 3 sites mainly inquired over the years, for they are believed to contain blood drops of Jesus Christ, came … Continue reading Has Jesus Christ’s blood type been discovered?
Everything started on May 17, 2010. I had a worrying permanent fever which forced me to consult a doctor. Two weeks later, my condition was still aggravating and my body's temperature was getting higher and higher as the days went by, reaching the 41 degrees centigrade at some point. This made me skip my final … Continue reading The girl with the weird virus confides to DSC
In 1936, while Australia was still under the rule of a monarch, facing many political problems, somewhere in the country, a man by the name of James Harrison was born, whose actions later on were to impregnate Australia's history for years to come.. James grew up happily, enjoying life as every kid would do, until … Continue reading “The Man with the golden arm”