Already registered as an organ donor? Here are more ways to help support our work.

By registering to become an organ, eye and tissue donor, you could help more than 75 people — and that’s not counting the lives that those 75 people touch. 95% of Americans are in favor of being an organ donor, but only 58% are registered. Here are things you can do to support organ donation and help bridge that gap.

Contribute online to Donate Life America

Give Now

Financial support for Donate Life America means that, as an organ donor, you are also helping us to register more donors. Every dollar that is contributed by the public to Donate Life America goes directly towards increasing the number of donated organs, eyes, and tissues that save and heal lives.

Whether your contribution is made in honor of a donor, a loved one currently waiting for a transplant, a recipient, a friend or family member who died waiting—or just because you recognize the urgency of the cause—all of it goes to helping save lives.

Once you have made a contribution, you will be invited to post on the Donate Life America Tribute Wall. The Donate Life America Tribute Wall was developed as a way for Donate Life America contributors to honor and remember their loved ones who have been touched by donation and transplantation. Supporters can submit a message in honor or memory of their loved one which will then be posted on the wall. There is also a search function that allows users to search by the name of the honoree or the name of the person who submitted a message.

You can also ask your company’s HR department about matching your contribution. It’s an easy way to double the impact of your gift.

Fundraise on behalf of Donate Life America

Create a fundraising page in honor of a life event, in memory of a loved one, or simply because you know the need is great. Peer-to-peer fundraising is an incredible way to support Donate Life America and our mission.

You can also fundraise for DLA through Facebook. 

Get Started

Thinking about holding a fundraising event to benefit Donate Life? Check out this list of frequently asked questions.

Mail in your contribution

If you prefer to mail in your contribution, that’s also possible. You can download and print out the Donate Life Contribution Form and send it to the following address:

Donate Life America

701 East Byrd Street, 16th Floor

Richmond, VA 23219

All checks should be made out to Donate Life America. You can indicate on the form if the gift is in memory or honor of a loved one, and specify if you would like an acknowledgment letter to be sent.

Consider a monthly giving option to help us register more organ donors

Join our Donate LifeLine to provide the consistent support we so urgently need to save and heal more lives through donation.

When you make your contribution, simply indicate that you would like it to continue as a monthly gift.

Join the LifeLine

To learn more about how you can financially support the work of Donate Life America, please visit Give to DLA.

Other ways to support us

Visit the Donate Life Store

If you’re a registered organ donor, there’s more than one way to wear your heart on your sleeve! Check out the Donate Life Store to find everything from T-shirts and hats to lapel pins and water bottles. Proceeds from the Donate Life Store support the Donate Life America mission. Happy shopping!

Shop for good with our Supporter Shopping Guide

Already stocked up on Donate Life merch? We have a full Donate Life Supporter Shopping Guide to help!  

You can access our AmazonSmile storefront: shopping on AmazonSmile on behalf of Donate Life America means that you can get everything you normally buy from the retailer at the same price, and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to DLA.

We’re also proud to partner with jewelry companies Bravelets and mahkana, as well as bakery Cheryl’s Cookies.

The Supporter Shopping Guide also includes a list of musicians and authors who are using their artistic gifts to bring hope to others waiting for a lifesaving transplant. These artists are generously contributing a portion of the proceeds from their works to DLA.