More than 106,000 people are currently on the national waiting list for life-saving organ transplants.
One person’s decision to share the gift of life has the power to bring something positive to a tragic situation. It allows someone else to experience the triumph that comes from receiving a second chance at life.
What if members of your family are opposed to donation?
Talking to your family about your decision to be an organ, eye and tissue donor and educating them about donation and transplantation are important steps to make them feel comfortable with your decision. more ››
About Donate Life Ohio
Donate Life Ohio is a coalition of the state's organ, eye and tissue recovery agencies dedicated to educating Ohioans about the need for organ, eye and tissue donation and motivating them to join the Ohio Donor Registry.
More than 75 Lives
One organ, eye and tissue donor has the power to save up to eight lives and heal up to 75 more.
Donate Life Ohio Resources
Get more information on how you can support donation via speakers, materials, helpful links and more.
It Feels Good to Say Yes to Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation
Ways to Register
Anyone can say YES to organ, eye and tissue donation. If you haven't already said YES at the BMV, there are three easy ways to register:
Say YES at the BMV when you receive or renew your driver license or state identification card. You should also talk to your family about your decision so that they can help to honor it.