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2024 National Donate Life Month Campaign: New Jersey and Delaware Healthcare Partners

National Donate Life Month is held every April to raise awareness of the critical need for donors and encourage everyone to register as an organ, tissue and cornea donor. Use the resources below to share the life-saving message that donors are heroes and inspire more people to sign up.

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GLDP Messaging 2024

Newsletter Article:

GLDP NDLM Newsletter Article

Press Release Template:

GLDP NDLM Press Release Template

Sample PSAs:

NDLM Sample Public Service Announcements 2024

Social Media Posts:

GLDP NDLM Social Media Posts 2024


Organ Donation Fact Sheet

Organ Donation Statistics

Featured Story:

Each day in the U.S., 17 people die waiting for the precious gift of an organ. The kidney is the organ needed most with 90,000 waiting for a life-saving transplant. For those on the kidney waitlist, it can be a rollercoaster of emotions, including a regimen of dialysis that sustains life but can be exhausting and painful. Learn the stories of waitlist patients.


Gift of Life Video – An introduction video to Gift of Life Donor Program.

“It Took a Simple Yes to Save Their Lives”: Markita’s Story – When Markita said yes to organ donation, she found comfort knowing that her son Marquis would give others a second chance at life.

One Family — Many Gifts: Rafiah’s story – A liver transplant gave Rafiah Cheeks a second chance at life. He and his family are so grateful to his donor hero and their family. When their mother died, they donated her tissue and corneas, giving others the gift of life.

The Transformative Power of Tissue Donation: Carrie’s Story – After being diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder, Carrie received the gift of donated tendon grafts in her shoulders that allowed her to live a normal life.

The Heart of a Champion: Derek’s Story – Derek Fitzgerald is the first cancer survivor and heart transplant recipient to complete a full Ironman competition. He gives all praise to the hero organ donor who saved his life.