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Workplace Partnership for Life Campaign

The Workplace Partnership for Life (WPFL) is a national initiative that unites the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the organ donation community with workplaces throughout the nation to spread the word about the importance of donation.

Partners include local, regional, and national companies, associations, unions, and academic, volunteer, philanthropic, and community-focused organizations of all kinds. Their shared goal is promoting a "donation-friendly America" by fostering organ donation education and creating opportunities for individuals to sign up to save lives.

More than 13,000 businesses have joined as "workplace partners." They have helped register more than one million people in the United States.

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Find out what workplace partners do, view current workplace partners, and enroll your organization or business as a workplace partner.


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The WPFL hospital campaign supports hospitals’ and state hospital associations’ efforts to raise awareness and register donors within hospital facilities and their communities. They team up with local donation organizations who assist with their activities. See our free downloadable materials. Webinar series to resume Fall 2016.


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Workplace partners can encourage employees to use five minutes of their workday to sign up as a donor. Use these free, downloadable materials to increase organ donation awareness and donor registrations.


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Colleges, universities, and other post-secondary educational institutions can help spread the word about organ donation and register donors using these free, downloadable campaign materials.


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