Spread the Word about Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation

Use these free resources to help spread the word about the importance of organ, eye and tissue donation!

Use our Donate Life print ads…

We have 6 Stories of Hope from recipients that can be used to help educate about the importance of donation. Our current ads feature
Benjamin (liver recipient)
Christine (kidney recipient)
Jessica (tissue recipient)
Robert (cornea recipient)
Shovon (heart recipient)
Valerie (liver recipient)
These downloadable formats print at 4×5 inches. Contact [email protected] for 8×5 and 8×10 inch versions.

...or share our Donate Life brochure

Donate Life America provides 10 free Donate Life brochures for you to distribute, or you can order more via our online store.

These 8-panel full color brochures fold to 4×9 inches and include Stories of Hope from some of our organ, eye and tissue recipients – as well as a profile of a patient waiting for a lifesaving transplant.

For quantities over 10, you may order them on our online store or contact your Donate Life State Team Leader to request complimentary brochures, if they are available.

Tell your story

No matter what the circumstance, or the audience, you can optimize the likelihood your Donate Life voice will motivate those listening to register as donors by speaking from your own personal perspective. Our Story Sharing Tips offer some ideas for communicating how organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation have touched your life. Want even more ideas? Here are some more tips on how to use your perspective whether you’re a patient waiting for a transplant, a transplant recipient, a donor family, a living donor, or family and friends of patients or transplant recipients.

More Resources

Add a Banner on Your Website

If you have a website and want to make a stand for the more than 100,000 Americans waiting for a lifesaving transplant, you can embed one of our Donate Life digital banners on your personal or company site. Each image features a recipient of a lifesaving transplant, as featured in our Stories of Hope!

Take Your Support for Donation on the Road

The DMV remains the top registration point for donation – and if you list your donation decision on your license, why not do the same on your license plates? Currently there are organ donor license plates available in many states.

Don’t see your state on the list? Each state has specific requirements to meet in order to offer a specialty license plate. If you are interested in having a Donate Life specialty plate in your state, contact your Donate Life State Team Leader. They may already have an application process or petition started in order to achieve this goal.

Online Educational Tools

These are basic learning tools that give an overview of donation and transplantation. Most are appropriate for audiences middle school age and older. 

Organ Donation & Transplantation: How Does Work? (Video)

This video, created by Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, explains the transplant waiting list, how someone becomes a donor, the process of matching organs and signing up to share the gift of life.

This video is also available in Spanish here.

Transplant Living Website

This website serves primarily as a resource for those going through the donation and transplantation process as a recipient or living donor. It contains information on what to expect before and after a transplant, as well as what you should know when making the decision to be a living donor.

Go Recycle Yourself

This is an organ, eye and tissue donation initiative created by Donate Life Northwest designed to support high school teachers and engage young audiences. Its design, interactive games, downloadable goodies, social media channels, and real-life stories appeal to students, who can readily register as donors in their state while on the site. There is also an “Educators” section where teachers can access a suite of videos, lesson plans, reading exercises, and activities in order to plan a lesson, unit or student project on donation.


Promotional Products for Purchase

Looking to purchase Donate Life promotional items? Visit the Donate Life Store.