National Minority Donor Awareness Month

National Minority Donor Awareness Month is a collaborative initiative of the National (Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation) Multicultural Action Group (NMAG) to save and improve the quality of life of diverse communities by creating a positive culture for organ, eye, and tissue donation.
National Minority Donor Awareness Month* stems from National Minority Donor Awareness Week, founded in 1996 by the National Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program (MOTTEP), to bring heightened awareness to donation and transplantation in multicultural communities – focusing primarily on African American, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander and Native American communities.
 



*Materials with the National Multiethnic Donor Awareness Month logo are offered as an alternative to the National Minority Donor Awareness Month logo.

Printable Materials

General Observance Flyer (formatted for 8.5 x 11 paper)

Infographic Flyer (formatted for 8.5 x 11 paper)

Coloring Sheet (formatted for 8.5 x 11 paper)

Social Media Images

Facebook Cover

Facebook Post 

Instagram Post

Instagram Story

LinkedIn Cover 

LinkedIn Post

Twitter Cover 

Twitter Post

Thank you to LiveOnNY for working with Donate Life America to provide selected resources in Traditional Chinese.

Web Banners

300 x 250

728 x 90 (email signature)

1000 x 288 

The National Minority Donor Awareness Month (NMDAM) artwork and copy is the property of the National Multicultural Action Group. Artwork may not be copied, altered or reproduced. 

Please contact Loren Squares if you have any questions or special requests regarding NMDAM resources. 

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.