Today, more than 100,000 men, women, and children in the United States need a life-saving organ transplant. In many cases, an organ donation provides another chance to live a full life.
Each April, DLA leads National Donate Life Month, an observance to focus national attention on the need and importance of organ, eye and tissue donation.
Donate Life America (DLA) is honored to present Alisa Hughley, MPH, National Chair Linkages to Life, Signature Program of The Links, Incorporated, with the 2021 James S. Wolf, M.D., Courage Award.
On November 12-14, Donate Life America will lead the annual national three-day observance of National Donor Sabbath.
Each year, Donate Life America (DLA) recognizes successful Donate Life State Teams and their member organizations for innovative and successful programs that increase donation education and donor registrations.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services serves the needs of the approximately 107,000 individuals awaiting an organ transplant
Each year, Donate Life America (DLA) along with Donate Life State Teams and their members take time in September to recognize the vital role our DMV and Driver License Partners (DLPs) play in helping save and heal lives.
On behalf of the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Office of Health Equity and HRSA’s Division of Transplantation, I would like to thank you for your continuing efforts and dedication 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 is a collaborative effort by the National Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation Multicultural Action Group to save and improve the quality of life of diverse communities by creating a positive culture for organ, eye, and tissue donation.