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National Donate Life Month 2021

Celebrate the gift of life in your hospital

Celebrated each April, National Donate Life Month is an opportunity for individuals and organizations to help encourage Americans to register as organ, tissue and eye donors and to celebrate those who have saved lives through the gift of donation.

We hope you’ll take this opportunity to celebrate the work you do to contribute to lives being transformed through donation. Below are some simple ideas and resources to get you started. If you have any questions or ideas, please feel free to email our Marketing & PR team or call 402-281-4738.

Raise the Donate Life Flag (April 6)

Join hospitals throughout Nebraska on April 6 in raising the Donate Life Flag in honor of donors and their recipients. If your hospital does not have a flag, let us know and we’ll be happy to provide one. If you plan to hold a ceremony, you might find this script helpful.

Social Media Graphics

Download 2021 Donate Life Month images and suggested text for your Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.

Table Tents & Posters

Make your commitment to donation visible throughout your organization with table tents and posters specifically designed for Donate Life Month. We’ve mailed a packet to you with these items, but if you need more, send an email to our Marketing & PR team.

Blue & Green Day

Friday, April 16 is National Blue & Green Day. Show your support for donation by wearing blue and green throughout the day. Better yet, get your entire hospital unit on board, snap a picture and email it to our Marketing & PR team by Tuesday, April 22. The units that submit our three favorite photos will receive a prize from Live On Nebraska.

#CountOnKindness Event

Live On Nebraska’s #CountOnKindness campaign celebrates and promotes the kindness of organ and tissue donation. On Friday, April 30, we’ll close out Donate Life Month by performing acts of kindness in our communities and sharing the importance of organ, tissue and eye donation. You can get involved by sharing acts of kindness with employees and hospital visitors. Request #CountOnKindness cards to pass out with your acts of kindness.