Understanding the need for donation and truths about the process are critical to helping people of all ages make an informed, educated decision about registering.
“Pass It On” is a full English and Spanish curriculum supported by three award winning videos. The curriculum was developed by education and healthcare professionals for inclusion in school curricula, youth programs, scouting, church groups, and drivers’ education. Age appropriate versions of the “Pass It On” curriculum are available for children in grades 4-8 and 9-12 as well as adults.
This is an organ, eye and tissue donation initiative designed to support high school teachers and engage young audiences. Its design, interactive games, downloadable goodies, social media channels, and real-life stories appeal to students, who can readily register as donors in their state while on the site. There is also an “Educators” section where teachers can access a suite of videos, lesson plans, reading exercises, and activities in order to plan a lesson, unit or student project on donation.
Driver’s Ed Training Video
New drivers will be asked about joining the Donate Life Texas organ, eye and tissue donor registry when applying for that first license. This video will help steer students to a better understanding of the importance of saying “yes” to donation.
DLT and DPS Saving Lives Together — Employee Training Video
Employees with the Texas Department of Public Safety Driver’s License offices ask thousands of Texans about joining the Donate Life Texas registry every day during the application and renewal processes for licenses and ID cards. This video is just for these important advocates, with some great history about our unique and lifesaving partnership.