- CSU in Goulburn aims to support the local community
- Initiatives in next two years and beyond to support vulnerable sectors
- Donating blood a significant way to be inclusive and impactful
Staff at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Goulburn will be donating blood at the Red Cross Blood Donation Centre on Wednesday 17 April.
Business manager of the CSU School of Policing Studies and Chair of the School’s Community Engagement Committee, Mrs Mandy Hunt, said the blood donations add to CSU’s tally for the 2019 Red Cross Red25 Challenge across the University’s regional footprint, and are an important way the University contributes to the wider community.
“The CSU School of Policing Studies Community Engagement Committee aims to support the local community, and raise awareness of the needs of those less fortunate in our community,” Mrs Hunt said.
“The Community Engagement Committee will be working on initiatives throughout the next two years and beyond to support vulnerable sectors of the local community.
“We recognise that as a leading regional university, the wide range of courses offered by Charles Sturt University contribute to the capacity of its students, graduates and staff to give effect to its values – insightful, inclusive, impactful and inspiring.
“Donating blood is one very significant way to be inclusive and impactful.”
The staff attending the blood donation will be Mrs Mandy Hunt, Ms Dee Carroll (student liaison officer), Ms Rose Bell (administration officer), and Mr Greig Campbell (lecturer).The CSU staff will donate blood at the Red Cross Blood Donation Centre in Auburn Street, Goulburn, at 12.30pm on Wednesday 17 April.