Former QPR apprentice footballer Jordan donated five organs.
Jordan became a lifesaving organ donor after a non-cancerous tumour in his heart caused a series of strokes, and left him with devastating brain injuries.
His family agreed to donate and five of his organs were used for transplants. They were told Jordan had joined the NHS Organ Donor Register through the DVLA website when he got his driving licence.
What he did, by joining the NHS Organ Donor Register, was take the pressure off. He had made the decision.
Every day across the UK, someone dies waiting for an organ transplant.
The law around organ donation in England has changed to help more people pass on more organs to save and improve more lives.
You still have a choice if you want to be an organ donor when you die.
Whatever you decide, make sure you let your family and friends know.