EVENTS CALENDAR

National DMV Appreciation Month
National DMV Appreciation Month

01 September 2022, All Month

Nationwide

National DMV Appreciation Month is a time to recognize driver license partners for their support. In addition, driver license staff often help to educate the public on organ, eye and tissue donation by answering their customers’ questions.

We encourage you to take a moment in September to offer a word of gratitude or share your donation and transplantation story with us or your local driver license staff. These individuals prioritize helping the public with their donation questions and registering their decision to give the gift of life. With 99% of Colorado and Wyoming residents joining the donor registry through their local driver license office, these staff are integral to help us continue to save lives through organ, eye and tissue donation.

Donate Life Wyoming & University of Wyoming Cowboys Football
Donate Life Wyoming & University of Wyoming Cowboys Football

01 October 2022, 5:30 pm

Jonah Field @ War Memorial Stadium in Laramie, Wyoming

Come cheer on the Cowboys as they take on San Jose State University in War Memorial Stadium! Did you know that more than 100,000 people wait for a lifesaving organ transplant? That’s enough to fill War Memorial stadium more than 3 times! And there are nearly 150 Wyomingites waiting, which is more than double the number on the Cowboys roster!

To help us celebrate the gift of life and raise awareness for organ, eye and tissue donation, stop by our booth before the game. We’ll be located inside the Pepsi Pre-game Zone. Show the heart on your license for some great giveaways and to learn more about organ, eye and tissue donation.

Buy tickets for the game here.

Join the 62% of Cowboy fans who have already registered by signing up here to be an organ, eye and tissue donor!

National Donor Sabbath
National Donor Sabbath

11 November 2022, through 13 November, 2022

Nationwide

National Donor Sabbath is observed annually two weekends before Thanksgiving, from Friday through Sunday. This three-day observance seeks to include the days of worship for major religions practiced in the United States. During National Donor Sabbath, faith leaders from many religions, donor families, transplant recipients, and donation and transplantation professionals participate in services and programs to educate the public about the need for the lifesaving and healing gifts passed to others through transplantation, while also encouraging people to register their decision to be organ, eye and tissue donors.

Learn more about religious views of donation and transplantation among major religions here.

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