11% increase in churchgoers who are blood donors and registered organ donors over the two year campaign to more than double the statistic of the regular population.
One third of regular church goers now consider blood and organ donation to be a part of their faith, rising to 71% with those who are also open to the idea.
Fifty thousand local church leaders across the UK and Ireland directly resourced with information and publicity regarding the campaign.
Two million twitter impressions for tweets referencing the campaign during National Blood Week and National Transplant Week 2014.
77% reported increase in local churches mentioning blood donation.
96% reported increase in local churches mentioning organ donation.
Consultation for other faith groups in the development of complementary campaigns indigenous to their specific communities.
The Archbishop of Wales, Revd Dr Barry Morgan, holds press event and donates blood at Cardiff football stadium.
The three most successful blood donor recruitment drives in NHS history. Recording one new donor every two minutes (over 4 days), every 90 seconds (over one day) and every 85 seconds (over one day).
Four BBC Radio 2 Pause For Thought segments dedicated to the campaign.
Campaign model replicated, tailored and launched for All Ireland, marking the first cross-border partnership between public health providers and churches for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Press coverage from The Guardian, BBC, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, RTÉ and additional local and religious press.