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ATTENTION: COVID-19 information now available under the Donation FAQ tab. Due to COVID-19, expect delays in processing mailed paper registration and removal forms. Please consider using the online features.
4,095,906 Registered Donors
1,326 Awaiting Transplant
1,128 Kidney (waiting)
127 Liver (waiting)
53 Heart (waiting)
20 Kidney/Pancreas (waiting)
14 Lung (waiting)
1 Intestine (waiting)
5 Pancreas (waiting)
3 Heart/Lung (waiting)

Religious Information

Most major religions, with the exception of Shinto, approve of organ and tissue donation and consider it a gift, a humanitarian act of giving. Transplantation is consistent with the life-preserving traditions of most faiths, and others consider donation a matter of personal choice. Visit Organdonor.gov for additional information. If you have any questions, speak to your spiritual or religious advisor.