Football fans in Milton Keynes asked to Sign for Life in new campaign

MILTON KEYNES CITIZEN
Football fans in Milton Keynes are being urged to blow the whistle on organ transplant waiting lists, as NHS Blood and Transplant teams up with more than 45 sports organisations from top Premiership clubs to grassroots squads, including MK Dons.

The Sign for Life campaign asks supporters across the country to think about organ donation and to be inspired by their club to score another name on the NHS Organ Donor Register as well as tell their family they want to be an organ donor.

Right now there are around 6,500 people waiting for a transplant across the UK, including 32 people in Milton Keynes. On average three people die every day in the UK because of the shortage of organs available. This situation needs to be shown the red card.

One organ donor can save or transform the lives of up to nine people. The goal is to get more fans, their families and friends signed by the NHS Organ Donor Register and talking about organ donation. If more families agreed to donate their loved one’s organs, more lives could also be saved. Continue reading
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You have the power to SAVE Lives
Register as an organ, eye and tissue donor today.
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To ensure your gift of life is honored, please share your decision with your family. At risk is the legacy you wish to leave.
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