When someone we know dies, it can call attention to the importance of the spiritual dimension of life. And when faced with the decision of organ, eye and tissue donation during the trauma of a loved one’s death, the question often arises, “What is my religion’s stance on organ and tissue donation?” Most people are not aware of their faith’s doctrine or position regarding organ and tissue donation. As a result, the decision-maker often looks to a faith leader for an informed answer. This November, with your help, we can educate individuals and save more lives.
Today, most faith communities are supportive of donation and the individual choices of its members. Many view donation as an act of compassion and generosity. National Donor Sabbath provides an opportunity for faith communities to share their views and join in the conversation. We ask your assistance in educating your faith community this coming November 13-15 for National Donor Sabbath. For more information and materials
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We are asking you to register as an organ, eye and tissue donor today.
...Please, it is important to share your deccison with your family.