Today the hundreds of Australians who save or transform lives every year through organ and tissue donation will be acknowledged during DonateLife Thank You Day.
Australians are being encouraged to take part in the national DonateLife Thank You Day to honour all living and deceased organ and tissue donors and their families for their generosity which saves and transforms lives.
Join us! Share our Thank You Day videos and your #ThankYouDay message on social media to thank all living and deceased donors and their families whose generosity saves and transforms lives. - See more at: http://www.donatelife.gov.au/thank-you-day-video-launch#sthash.28Q2aoT0....
Sunday 20 November is DonateLife Thank You Day, a national day to acknowledge organ and tissue donors and families that agreed to donation.
The Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care Ken Wyatt AM MP is urging Australians to wear their favourite team colours for Jersey Day today (Friday September 2) to help spark a conversation about organ donation.
On Friday, 2 September wear your favourite sporting jersey to work or school to show your support for DonateLife, and to take the opportunity to have the chat with your families and friends – let them know your donation decision and ask and know theirs.
This DonateLife Week (July 31 – August 7) Victorians are being asked to help end the wait for the 1,500 sick Australians on the transplant waiting list by joining the Australian Organ Donor Register (AODR) online.
An extra 37 families received the ‘gift of life’ so far this year in what DonateLife Queensland hope are encouraging signs of improved consent rates for organ and tissue donation across the state.
Two courageous nine year olds today asked New South Wales families to join the Australian Organ Donor Register online during DonateLife Week to help end the wait for those in need of a life-saving transplant.
The ‘Giving Life’ Exhibition opens on Sunday 31 July to coincide with DonateLife Week 2016 at Magnet Galleries.