From a young age, Lucy Adams has been in the habit of helping people. She first found out about Red Cross at University in 1973, when stretchers were set up in the main hall and Lucy gave her first blood donation. Her involvement and passion for the work of Red Cross grew over the years as she became a weekend volunteer coordinator for the local Trauma Teddy Project, and the TeleCross program, phoning elderly people around Australia to help them stay connected with the community. More than 30 years later, Lucy remains a loyal Red Cross supporter. She has committed fully to the work of Red Cross with ongoing financial donations, ninety (and counting) blood donations and a legacy in her Will to Red Cross that will fund vital support initiatives for people in need, well into the future.