organ donor

Southfield Alumni Chapter KAΨ
Take the pledge to Save Lives
Program & Survey

On April 21, 2012
Chapter Meeting, The Brother will be asked to sign a consent form and complete the baseline questionnaire for the Michigan Organ Donor Registry
the purpose of the questionnaire is
discovery why African-American are reluctant  to  participate in the Organ Donor Program 

Brother’s Represent Southfield Chapter by becoming an Organ Donor

 The Michigan Organ Donor Registry is a confidential, 24-hour-a-day, computerized database that documents your wishes to become an organ, tissue and eye donor. There are two ways to enroll on the registry:



Southfield Chapter |   Become a Donor  |   MOTTEP |   

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Did you know? 

  • Each organ donor can save up to eight lives. Each tissue donor can improve the lives of up to 50 people.
  • Nearly 10,000 Michigan patients have received a life-saving organ transplant in the last 10 years.
  • Cornea transplants have been successful for over 100 years and organ transplants have worked for more than 50.

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About 3,000 people are waiting for a life-saving organ in Michigan today. Nationwide, the number stands at 110,000. People die waiting every single day because the number in need greatly outpaces the organs available. Your decision to someday donate your organs could save up to eight lives. Your tissue can ease the pain and improve the lives of up to 50 more sick or injured people.


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