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Organ, eye and tissue donors are the heroes who help heal our community. By signing up to be a donor, you could save the lives of eight people and enhance the lives of at least an additional seventy-five. This heroic act all starts with one yes! Say yes to be a registered organ, eye and tissue donor today!

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  • August is National Minority Donor Awareness Month

    National Minority Donor Awareness Month is a collaborative initiative of the National Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation Multicultural Action Group to save and improve the quality of life of diverse communities by creating a positive culture for organ, eye and tissue donation. National Minority Donor Awareness Month stems from National Minority Donor Awareness Week, founded in 1996 by the National MOTTEP to bring heightened awareness to donation and transplantation in multicultural communities – focusing primarily on African American/Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Asian Pacific Islander and American Indian/Alaskan Native communities. National Minority Donor Awareness Month is focused on outreach and education, including virtual events and messaging to: Provide education about organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation Encourage donor registration & family conversations about donation Promote healthy living and disease prevention to decrease the need for transplantation The National Multicultural Action Group includes the Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation (AMAT), Association of Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO), Donate Life America (DLA), Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), National Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program (MOTTEP) and National Kidney Foundation (NKF).

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  • Meet the New Washington, D.C. DMV Director

    Each day, employees at the DC Department of Motor Vehicles (DC DMV) interact with 3,000 customers on average. Gabriel Robinson, who was recently named the new DC DMV Director, is responsible for overseeing the issuing of driver licenses and identification cards, registering and inspecting of vehicles, and processing of tickets. In addition, he works with DMV employees to raise awareness about organ, eye and tissue donation and to increase donor registrants.

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