There are approximately 96,000 people of all ages across the United States who need
life-saving transplants TODAY.

Nearly 20 PERSONS DIE A DAY in America without one. 

There are more than 114,000 Americans who are eligible for organ transplants.

"Share Life" will illustrate this need.  America has the technology, the facilities and the
surgeons to save all those who wait.   All is needed  is for the public at large to know
how they can help.   "Donate Life" is more than just a slogan.

A recent poll showed that 90% of Americans are favorable to organ transplants.

Most licensed drivers don’t sign up to be organ donors, and it may be due to fears
about the organ donation process, a new survey suggests.  Only 38 percent of licensed
drivers are registered to be organ donors, despite the fact that many states offer a
simple registration process that typically just requires a signature when obtaining
or renewing a driver’s license. An online survey of 5,100 people conducted by the
advocacy group Donate Life America found that many people still harbor fears about
what organ donation really means.

And everybody is affected.  The is no discrimination for those in need.

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Frank Cromer
Colossal Amusements

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