Changing Lives Through Organ Donation
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Oct
4
Wed
Organ Donor Enrollment Day
Oct 4 all-day

New York State’s Organ Donor Enrollment Day is an event like no other. Now in it’s third year, the event calls on volunteers and advocates from the donation and transplantation communities to achieve one goal: to enroll thousands more New Yorker’s in the New York State Donate Life Registry.

What can you do?

  1. If you haven’t already, register as an organ, eye and tissue donor by clicking the link at the top of our website. Then, let your family know. Remember: if you don’t make the decision for yourself now, someone else may have to later.
  2. Already a registered donor? Great! Tell your friends by proudly sharing your decision on social media. Use the hashtags #PassLifeOn #donorenrollmentday and #DonateLifeNYS in your posts.
  3. Want to volunteer on 10/4 and help enroll more New Yorkers as organ, eye and tissue donors? Send an email to Amy James  (amy_jamesaturmcdotrochesterdotedu)  , Community Education Manager.
  • Pass Life On!

    Join the New York State organ donor registry.

    REGISTER NOW

  • Facts About Organ Donation

    • If you are sick or injured and admitted to a hospital, the FIRST PRIORITY for emergency physicians and nurses is to SAVE YOUR LIFE, regardless of whether or not you have registered to be an organ donor.
    • Everyone waiting for a transplant is treated fairly and with respect. Objective medical criteria determine how donated organs are allocated to patients on the transplant waiting list.
    • All major religions approve of organ donation.
    • Check out "10 Facts About Organ Donation"

 
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