• Update your Missouri Donate Life Profile! Did you know that you can choose to have your donation designated for transplant therapy, research, etc? You can also add restrictions if you want, ie., skin, heart valves, etc.
  • Register for Keep Hope Alive Training - Free online traininig for first responders, EMTs, paramedics and fire fighters about organ donation. Provides 1 hour of continuing education.
  • Get the conversation started about organ and tissue donation with a 'Be A Donor' specialty license plate!
  • Register to be an organ and tissue donor. Save or enhance someone's life through transplantation. Become informed and record your decision today.
Register to be an organ and tissue donor and save someones life.
Update Profile within Missouri's Organ & Tissue Donor Registry
Registry Removal - remove your name form Missouri's Organ and Tissue Donor Registry
Visit the Donate Life Missouri Facebook page and 'Like Us'

Registry Numbers

  • On average, 22 people die each day while waiting for a transplant
  • Missouri Registry Total: 3,746,985 (4.23.18)
  • National Waitlist Totals: 114,963 (3.5.18)
  • Kidney: 1,111 - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)
  • Kidney/Pancreas: 13 - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)
  • Pancreas: 8 - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)
  • Liver: 171 - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)
  • Heart: 45 - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)
  • Lung: 11 - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)
  • Heart/Lung: 3 - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)
  • Intestine: 3 - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)
  • Any Organ: 1,348* - MO Waitlist (2.28.18)

Help ensure your life-saving decision is fulfilled:

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  • Make a decision about organ and tissue donation.
  • Join the Missouri organ and tissue donor registry.
  • Inform your family, friends, faith leader, and physician of your decision.
  • Complete the back of your driver's license with a permanent marker.
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