Donate Life Month

Are You an Organ Donor?

Donate Life 
   Become an organ donor
More than 100,000 people—including nearly 2,000 children—are in need of a life saving organ transplant. Join us throughout April as we celebrate National Donate Life Month. Recognize the generosity of those who have saved lives through organ, tissue, marrow and blood donation.

Become an Organ Donor

There are 3 easy steps to becoming an organ donor:

  1. Register with your state (Donate Life Georgia or Donate Life America).
  2. Designate “organ donor” on your driver’s license or identification card.
  3. Notify your family members about your decision to donate.

Video: Help Save a Life through Organ Donation

Help Save a Life through Organ DonationView

We recognize that a transplant affects the entire family, and we are committed to providing high quality care and support throughout the transplant process—we treat every child not just as a patient, but as a person.


Video: The Giving Tree - A Reading to Transplant Recipients

The Giving Tree - A Reading to Transplant RecipientsView

In “The Giving Tree,” a tree gives everything she has to a boy and expects nothing in return. Through voices big and small, our transplant family celebrates the power of selflessness through a special reading of the classic story.


    Children’s has given the gift of life to more than 1,000 children through organ transplants. Read and watch inspirational stories about children who have received these life saving gifts.

    • Billy and his momFirst, Billy had a successful heart transplant, and then he received a kidney from his mom. Now, they are sure to cherish every moment together. Read a blog post about their experience.
    • Organ donation saved Blake and his family. Watch the video of his living donor kidney transplant journey.
    • Stuart Knechtle, M.D., chief of our transplant services, notes it's rare for children to get double transplants, but he thought Kelly would do well. See her story.

Invest in a Child's Future

Help us respond to a growing need for transplant care for children. Your monetary donations are crucial for our training and fellowship programs, transplant services, research and clinical trials.