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How to Register

Organ, eye, and tissue donor

Anyone can make the decision to be a donor after life by registering at the DMV or on this website. Donate Life America manages the National Donor Registry. When you register, your decision is legally binding, relieving your family of the burden of making this decision for you at the time of your death.  If someone is not on the registry, family members may also authorize donation when a loved one dies. 

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Online Registration

Your online registration is more detailed than your DMV records

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Registration through the DMV

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Register on IOS

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Your decision today could save or change the lives of so many people

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Every 9 minutes another person is added to the national waiting list

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17 people die each day waiting for an organ transplant

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1 donor can heal up to 75 lives through eye & tissue donation

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More than 100,000 women, children, and men in the US are waiting for lifesaving transplants

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More than 3,000 North Carolinians are waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant