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If you or an immediate family member ever served in the U.S. Armed Forces, an information tool and service guide is available at www.veteranbenefits.mo.gov or (573) 522-4061. U.S. VA service information is available at www.va.gov or (800) 698-2411. Thank you for your service.
4,381,374 Registered Donors
1,488 Awaiting Transplant (1.31.2024)
1,255 Kidney (waiting: 1.31.2024)
166 Liver (waiting: 1.31.2024)
44 Heart (waiting: 1.31.2024)
40 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting: 1.31.2024)
9 Lung (waiting: 1.31.2024)
5 Pancreas (waiting: 1.31.2024)
2 Intestine (waiting: 1.31.2024)

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes.

Join the Missouri Registry and Donate Life.

Faces of Donation

Without the organ donor, there is no story, no hope, no transplant. But when there is an organ donor, life springs from death, sorrow turns to hope and a terrible loss becomes a gift.

– Reprinted from the 2009 UNOS Annual Report