Organ Donor

Thousands of New Yorkers are on waiting lists as the need for organ donations far exceeds the supply. One person who donates organs (hearts, lungs, liver, kidneys, pancreas, and intestines) can save up to eight lives, while a tissue donor (corneas, bone, skin, heart valves, tendons, veins, etc.) can improve 12 or more lives by restoring eyesight, helping fight infections, and preventing the loss of mobility and disability.

By enrolling in the Donate Life Registry, you are giving legal consent for the recovery of your organs, tissues, and eyes for the purposes of transplantation and research at the time of your death.

Visit Donate Life New York to learn more and enroll:

Questions can be directed to: 1-866-NY-DONOR or sent via email to