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ATTENTION: Due to COVID-19, expect delays in processing mailed or faxed paper registration and removal forms. Please consider using the online features. COVID-19 information now available under the Donation FAQ tab.
4,052,767 Registered Donors
1,224 Awaiting Transplant
1,044 Kidney (waiting)
119 Liver (waiting)
44 Heart (waiting)
19 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting)
6 Lung (waiting)
2 Intestine (waiting)
3 Pancreas (waiting)
2 Heart/Lung (waiting)

Willed Body Donation

There are several Willed Body programs. Each program differs slightly. It is best to call and prearrange any gifts of body donation to science, research or education. Questions to ask when choosing a facility:

  • How is donated tissue used?
  • Who must pay the transportation costs?
  • Is organ donation allowed with body donation?
  • Is there an option to receive cremated remains?

Facilities