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Becoming an organ and tissue donor

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Say 'yes' to becoming
an organ and tissue donor!

You can help save and improve lives by registering to be an organ and tissue donor when you renew your driver license or ID card. People of all ages can donate regardless of health history.

Complete form MV3001 (Wisconsin Driver License Application) or MV3004 (Wisconsin Identification Card (ID) Application) and check the box indicating you wish to register as a donor. Registering means that you authorize the donation of your organs, tissues and eyes upon your death. Your gift will be used to save and improve lives through transplantation, therapy, research or education. If you are 18 years old or older, your decision may not be overridden by your family or any other person, but it's important to share your decision with your family.

You can also register online at DonorRegistry.wisconsin.gov (or remove your name from the registry if desired). The Wisconsin donor registry is maintained by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

$2 Contribution to Donate Life - Wisconsin

You now have the option to contribute $2 to Donate Life Wisconsin. When you apply for your next driver license or ID card, check the box indicating you would like to add $2 for organ, tissue and eye donation education efforts. For more information on Donate Life Wisconsin, go to DonateLifeWisconsin.org. For information on how to register as an organ donor visit DonorRegistry.Wisconsin.gov.

Make a difference. Become a donor!

Questions? Contact us: Wisconsin DMV email service
Phone: (608) 266-2353

Last modified: December 2, 2013

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