There are a variety of opportunities to promote organ and tissue donation in your community and the workplace:
Gift of Life Volunteer and Support Groups
Gift of Life Donor Program includes a number of volunteer and support groups that help educate people about the critical need for organ and tissue donors in the eastern half of Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware. The program also works with and supports several regional volunteer groups. Learn more about volunteer opportunities with Gift of Life.
Center for Organ Recovery & Education
Whether you are a donor, a donor family member, a transplant recipient, or you just want to help educate others about the need for organ donation, the Center for Organ Recovery & Education (CORE) is looking for volunteers to help get the word out. Learn more about volunteer opportunities with CORE.
Pennsylvania Donate Life Hospital Challenge
The Center for Organ Recovery and Education (CORE), Gift of Life Donor Program and the PA Department of Health partnered with The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) to launch the Pennsylvania Donate Life Hospital Challenge. This challenge encourages Pennsylvania hospitals to increase organ and tissue donation awareness as well as designations. The awareness and designation activities are captured on a scorecard for participating hospitals to achieve platinum, gold, silver and bronze level point totals. Learn more about the 2016 Pennsylvania Donate Life Hospital Challenge.
Pennsylvania Community Health Center Challenge
The Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers annually partners with the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Center for Organ Recovery & Education and Gift of Life Donor Program — the two organ procurement organizations serving Pennsylvania, to support the annual Pennsylvania Community Health Center Challenge. This challenge encourages Pennsylvania community health centers to increase organ donation awareness and designations within their health center and community. Learn more about the Pennsylvania Community Health Center Challenge.
Workplace Partnership for Life
The Workplace Partnership for Life (WPFL) is a national initiative that unites the federal government with the organ donation community and businesses, organizations and associations committed to spreading the word on the importance of donor registration. Workplace Partners have helped register more than 580,000 new donors in the United States. Learn more about the Workplace Partnership for Life.
The National Donation Campus Challenge
Become a Campus Challenge Partner and help spread the word on the critical need for organ and tissue donors. The National Donation Campus Challenge brings together organ and tissue donation organizations and universities, colleges and other post-secondary campuses to educate campus communities on organ and tissue donation. Learn more about the campus challenge.
Workplace Partnership for Life Hospital Campaign
The Workplace Partnership for Life Hospital Campaign (WPFL) unites local organ, eye, and tissue donation organizations with hospitals, health care organizations, medical associations, and their communities. The focus of the campaign is to help save lives through transplantation by increasing enrollment in state donor registries. Learn more about WPFL.