National Multicultural Donor Awareness Month

August 1 - 31

Unity in Diversity

We need your help communicating our lifesaving message digitally across our #NevadaStrong community. Acceptance, diversity and inclusion are at the forefront of our messaging every year. This is the heart of #DonateLife, which revolves around saving and healing lives through organ, eye and tissue donation. When a heroic donor says “YES” to donation, recipients around the world are grateful for the HOPE it gives while they wait. Can you help us spread the message of hope that donation brings? This page will make your continued support easy. It includes suggested content, talking points and graphics relating back to it all.

Thank you for your continued support!


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Ready to Post Social Graphics

You can help spread awareness and create unity in diversity by posting our ready-made social media graphics and associated content below. You can right click on the images to save to your device and copy the post content to the right. Be sure to follow and tag us on our social channels!


Post #1

Year after year, we are ecstatic to celebrate National Multicultural Donor Awareness Month (NMDAM) with Nevada Donor Network. We have a shared knowledge that there is harmony without uniformity and diversity without division. We are stronger together. There is unity in diversity. Help us bring light to their mission to save or heal through organ, eye and tissue donation. How can you start? Share our posts all month long with your loved ones and use this link to echo our message:

#DonateLife #NMDAM #BeTheChange #BeAHero #UnityInDiversity 

Post #2

In the United States, there are over 100,000 Americans desperately waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant. About 60% of them are from multicultural communities. Join the registry and encourage those you care about to join you:

 #DonateLife #NMDAM #BeTheChange #BeAHero #UnityInDiversity

Post #3

In 2022, individuals of various multicultural communities received nearly 21,500 organ transplants. Transplants renew the life of recipients and their courageous loved ones. Did you know? Diabetes and high blood pressure are the most common illnesses that lead to kidney failure amongst multicultural communities. 85% of patients on the waiting list need a kidney transplant and the average waiting time for a kidney from a heroic donor who has passed away is three to five years. Help us to end the wait by registering today:

#DonateLife #NMDAM #BeTheChange #BeAHero #UnityInDiversity


Post #4

Last year, over 5,000 Americans from a multicultural community gave the ultimate gift through organ donation. Why is this important? The United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) states that transplants can be successful regardless of the race or ethnicity of the donor and recipient, but the chance of longer-term survival may be greater if the donor and recipient are closely matched in terms of their shared genetic background. This is why it is important for all types of people to become registered organ, eye and tissue donors. Join the registry and bring hope to those waiting:

#DonateLife #NMDAM #BeTheChange #BeAHero #UnityInDiversity


Post #5

Many people believe that their religion doesn’t allow organ, eye and tissue donation. This is false. The fact is every major religion in the United States supports organ, eye and tissue donation and views it as a final act of charitable giving. Learn more about your specific religious beliefs:

#DonateLife #NMDAM #BeTheChange #BeAHero #UnityInDiversity