Category Archives: Donor Registry and Deceased Donation

  1. The Need for More Minority Donors

    It’s important that people of all ages, races and ethnic backgrounds register as organ, eye and tissue donors. However, there is a far greater need for more minority donors. Hispanics, African Americans, Native Americans and other minority communities account for more than half of the more than 120,000 people on the national waiting list. This… Read More

    Donor Registry and Deceased Donation
  2. Deceased vs. Living Donation: What Are You Committing to When You Say “Yes” at the Driver License Office?

    In 2015, we conducted a study examining Colorado and Wyoming residents’ sentiments about organ, eye and tissue donation. Throughout 2016, we will be sharing some of the results on Donation Essentials to educate on the donation process, barriers to registration and what exactly the little heart on the driver license means. There are two ways… Read More

    Donor Registry and Deceased Donation, Living Donation