Join your friends and family who have already signed up to donate life.

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Do you support organ and tissue donation? Have you been affected by organ donation? Then visit the Share page and submit your story to this website!


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What's New

Watch our 2 new videos on YouTube about organ donation. Be sure to share them with your friends to encourage them to register to become organ donors at NYDonatesLife.

Also check out our previous video, 'Wasted Value'.

In The News

Matches for Life

Online matchmaking sites advertise they can find soul mates and can hook users up with the partner of their dreams. A Web site co-created by a Jamestown resident is matching people up as well, but in an entirely different way. More

Parents' decision benefits others

Watch a clip from CNN's coverage of the funeral of 7-year old Asa Hill. Asa died from injuries sustained in a car accident on the I-190 in Buffalo, NY. His parents made the decision to donate his organs and people all across the country benefited from their decision!


We are dedicated to increasing organ and tissue donation throughout New York State by enhancing awareness and emphasizing the needs and benefits of donation and transplantation.

Why should you consider becoming an organ and tissue donor?

Your decision to be an organ and tissue donor may save or enhance the lives of up to 50 people. Read more about the benefits of organ and tissue donation.

Facts About Donation

People of all ages and medical histories should consider themselves potential donors. Although the medical condition of the donor at the time of death will determine what organs and tissue can be donated, organ donation is an act of caring and love supported by all major religions in the U.S. Learn more facts about organ and tissue donation.

This grant-funded project promotes organ donation among young adults in New York State. The project is supported by Grant # D71HS09611 from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Healthcare Systems Bureau, Division of Transplantation. Its contents are solely the responsibility of New York Alliance for Donation, Inc. and do not necessarily represent the official views of the HRSA.

Questions about this project can be addressed to Melanie Evans or Michael Stefanone.