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Gain a greater understanding of organ donation by reviewing our FAQ.
You Have the Power to Save Lives
As you read this over 120,000 people are waiting for a life-saving organ transplant, with about 3,000 waiting right here in North Carolina. You can bring hope to those waiting and to their families, by joining the NC Donor Registry.
Joining the registry means that you have chosen to make some or all of your organs and tissue available for transplant at the time of your death. Advances in medicine continue to allow more people to donate, and organs and tissues are carefully screened prior to transplant, so anyone can join the registry — regardless of age or medical history.
If you’ve already registered with the DMV and have a heart on your license, thank you! Learn what else you can do to help. If you’re not registered yet, you can learn more about donation and then register online.
Organ, eye and tissue donation affects so many North Carolinians. Here, Carolina Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman talks about the impact the gift of life has had on him and his family.