Make it. Record it. Share it.
Find out more about why it is important that you take the time to make your donation decision and record it. The easiest way to record your donation decision is on the NHS Organ Donor Register.
You have a choice about donation and whatever you decide, it is important that you tell your family and friends, as it will make it easier for them to honour your decision.
Recording Your Decision
Make sure you and your family know the facts
To help you make the right donation decision, you should read the facts. Your family and friends might also need time to discover the facts to help them make their own decision.
Pictured: Kidney recipient Malcolm Armstrong and family. Read his story here.
About organ and tissue donation
Before you record your decision, you might have a few questions about organ and tissue donation. If you're not sure about who can donate or what's involved then you'll find more information below.
Record your decision
Donation is a personal decision and you have a choice whether or not you wish to become a donor. Learn more about the NHS Organ Donor Register and how to record your decision.
Why we need more donors
Around 500 people each year are waiting on a transplant but only 1% of people die in a way that makes organ donation possible.
Inspiring stories about people whose lives have been affected by organ and tissue donation.