Hundreds of dolls made to represent children waiting for transplant as part of a new campaign
Like most children, Ralph, Amelia, Dáithí, Uqbah and Sienna cannot wait for Christmas. But there is something they want even more than a visit from Santa: a life-saving organ transplant. They and more than 230 other children in the UK urgently need this precious and ultimate gift of life.
Increased proportion of people from ethnic minority backgrounds show their support for organ donation
A new report published today by NHS Blood and Transplant shows that an increased proportion of potential organ donors of Black and Asian heritage are showing their support by registering their decision to be a donor on the NHS Organ Donor Register.
The brightest Organ Donation Week yet
As we reflect back on this year's Organ Donation Week, we want to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part.
Black History Month 2023
This October, we're celebrating Black History Month and recognising the contributions people of Black heritage make to saving and improving lives within the living donation and transplantation community.
NHS and Government take steps to boost Organ donation registrations
Plans announced to introduce organ donation registration option to passport applications.
Ten thousand organ donors recognised over a decade for saving more than 25,000 lives
New memorial unveiled for all donors
New campaign for child organ donation
Wunderman Thompson UK and NHS Blood and Transplant have launched a new campaign to increase awareness of child organ donation and help those in need of life-saving transplants.
Organ donation and transplant rates continue to recover, but opportunities for transplant still being missed
Latest annual figures published today (12 July) by NHS Blood and Transplant show that last year (2022/23), there was a 5% increase in the number of patients whose lives were saved or improved through an organ transplant
'Dáithí’s Law’ comes into effect in Northern Ireland
As of 1 June, all adults in Northern Ireland will now be considered potential organ donors unless they choose to opt out or are in an excluded group.
Grassroots groups get £685,000 in Government funding
Fifty community groups and organisations across England and Wales have received a share of £685,000 funding