Organ, Eye, and Tissue Donation
Your decision now could save lives in the future
HonorBridge is a federally designated nonprofit organization serving 7.5 million people in 78 counties in North Carolina and Virginia.
Register online as an organ, eye, & tissue donor
Why Every Registered Donor Counts
Anyone can register, but less than 1% will become organ donors
Make a difference
Every day, people die waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant. Many more are waiting for a life-enhancing procedure to heal from injuries or disease. Anyone can register to be an organ, eye, and tissue donor, but only 1% of people who die in a hospital will actually become organ donors. Far more donors will be eligible to donate tissue, potentially impacting up to 75 people. That’s why every registered donor counts. Your decision to become a registered donor could bring hope and healing to so many others.
What We Do
HonorBridge inspires our community to register as organ, eye, and tissue donors. We manage the donation process, delivering gifts of life to the patients most in need.
We won’t rest until everyone waiting for the gift of life receives it. Recipients can connect with their donor families, share their stories, and join our passionate volunteers.
Stories of Hope
Read about the impact of organ, eye, and tissue donation in our community
In memory of William, from his daughter
Tanasia was born with a rare heart defect called Tetralogy of Fallot.
Ways to Support HonorBridge
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Ready to Register?
Your decision today could save or change the lives of so many people
Every 10 minutes another person is added to the national waiting list
17 people die each day waiting for an organ transplant
1 donor can heal up to 75 lives through eye & tissue donation
More than 100,000 women, children, and men in the US are waiting for lifesaving transplants
More than 3,000 North Carolinians are waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant