National DMV Appreciation Month

National DMV Appreciation Month was created by Donate Life America to thank DMVs and recognize them for their commitment to the Donate Life mission. It is a time for the Donate Life Community to say thank you and show its appreciation of DMV partners across the country through national and local events and outreach.
National DMV Appreciation Month recognizes DMV and Driver License Partners (DLPs) as vital partners in saving and healing lives. DMV staff ask the donor registration question to customers every day.

Partnerships with DMVs remain the primary source of state donor registrations. DMV and Driver License Partner staff are the people on the front lines of service who have helped people across the country to register their decision to be a deceased organ, eye and tissue donor. There are currently more than 170 million donor registrations in the U.S.!

Help Us Celebrate National DMV Appreciation Month this September

2024 DMV Appreciation Month Flyers

formatted to print on 8.5 x 11 paper

2024 DMV Appreciation Month Social Media Graphics

Observance Graphics

DMV Month Infographics

Resources for New Drivers

If you’re on the road to getting your driver license, make sure to consider registering to become an organ donor first. Your registration takes less than one minute and will save lives. Learn more about the national need for organ, eye and tissue donors and find answers to frequently asked questions about organ donation.


For DMV and DLP staff: Learn more about the DLA DMV Awards and contact your Donate Life State Team Leader or DMV contact with any questions.

All artwork is copyrighted by Donate Life America and may not be copied, altered or reproduced. Please contact Loren Squares with questions or requests for alternate use of the artwork.




Are you in the professional donation and transplantation community, such as staff at OPOs, transplant hospitals, eye/tissue banks, or Donate Life State Teams? Visit the Professionals page to find out how to access more resources.