How can workplaces encourage organ donation?
Consider using the activities below to help spread the word about the importance of organ donation.
- Use the Give 5—Save Lives strategy. Encourage employees to take five minutes during work to sign up as organ, eye, and tissue donors.
- Share organ donation information in workplace social media messages, e-newsletters, on websites, or add DoNation posters in workplace common areas. Visit the Outreach Materials Library to download free resources, including customizable templates, social media graphics, web banners, and more!
- Host a wellness fair, blood drive, or donor registration drive in your workplace or community.
- Start a social media campaign and add links to the organ donor registry to encourage sign-ups.
- Share stories from donor families and people who received transplants. Browse our Life Stories or create your own by finding a workplace ambassador who may have a personal connection to the mission of organ, eye, and tissue donation and transplantation.
Visit the DoNation Campaign webpage and download the DoNation Toolkit and Scorecard to find even more activities you can use to encourage organ donation in your workplace and community.
Can any workplace participate in DoNation?
YES! U.S. workplaces of any size and in any industry can join DoNation, including hospitals! Learn more about DoNation and get your workplace involved.
Is my workplace already a partner?
How can I share my workplace story?
We’d like to feature your story. Let us know how your workplace is helping to save lives.
Who runs the DoNation Campaign?
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) runs DoNation.