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The community education staff for Donate Life Ohio would be happy to visit your school, workplace or place of worship to share information about donation. Use the map and contact information to schedule a free, non-persuasive program.

Northwest & West Central
Life Connection of Ohio
(800) 262-5443
www.lifeconnectionofohio.org
Northeast
Lifebanc
(888) 558-5433
www.lifebanc.org
Southwest
LifeCenter
(800) 981-5433
www.lifepassiton.org
Central & Southeast
Lifeline of Ohio
(800) 525-5667
scheduling@lifelineofohio.org
www.lifelineofohio.org

2010 Anatomical Gift Survey

Useful links

National Resources

American Association of Tissue Banks
aatb.org

The American Association of Tissue Banks is dedicated to ensuring that human tissues intended for transplantation are safe and free of infectious disease, of uniform high quality and available in quantities sufficient to meet national needs.

Community Tissue Services
communitytissue.org

Community Tissue Services serves the public through recovery, processing and distribution of human tissue grafts used for transplantation.

Division of Transplantation
organdonor.gov

The official organ donation and transplantation website of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Donate Life America
donatelife.net

Donate Life America is a non-profit alliance of major professional, patient, health, science, transplant and voluntary organizations. Its purpose is to increase public awareness of organ and tissue donation, correct misconceptions about donation, and increase willingness to donate.

Eye Bank Association of America
restoresight.org

The Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) is a not-for-profit organization of eye banks dedicated to the restoration of sight through the promotion and advancement of eye banking.

National Donor Family Council
donorfamily.org

The National Donor Family Council supports the needs and expectations of all organ and tissue donor families and assists the healthcare professionals who work most closely with these families.

Community Resources

Central Ohio Lions Eye Bank
coleb.org

The Central Ohio Lions Eye Bank is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring, improving and preserving vision in Central and Southern Ohio.

Cincinnati Eye Bank
cintieb.org

The Cincinnati Eye Bank is a not-for-profit recovery organization serving southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky and eastern Indiana by providing donor eyes for corneal transplantation and ophthalmic research.

Cleveland Eye Bank
eversightvision.org

The Cleveland Eye Bank is a non-profit recovery organization dedicated to restoring sight by providing donated eye tissue for cornea transplantation, research and teaching in Northeastern Ohio.

Lifebanc
lifebanc.org

Lifebanc is the organ procurement organization serving the northeastern part of Ohio.

LifeCenter
lifepassiton.org

LifeCenter is the organ procurement organization serving the greater Cincinnati Region.

Life Connection of Ohio
lifeconnectionofohio.org

Life Connection of Ohio is the organ procurement organization serving the northwest and west central portion of the state.

Lifeline of Ohio
lifelineofohio.org

Lifeline of Ohio is the organ procurement organization serving the central and southeastern part of Ohio.

Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio
lebwcoonline.org

Lions Eye Bank is dedicated to relieving human suffering through the recovery and provision of ocular tissue for sight-restoring transplant surgeries, medical research, and education in western Ohio.

Minority Organ and Tissue Transplant Education Program (MOTTEP) – Cleveland
clevelandmottep.org

The mission of the National Minority Organ and Tissue Transplant Education Program, (MOTTEP®) is to decrease the number and rate of ethnic minority Americans needing organ and tissue transplants. MOTTEP will achieve its mission by implementing a national information and education campaign that emphasizes both prevention and intervention strategies.

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