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    Organ Donor in Maine

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    Any licensed driver in Maine can choose to be an organ donor. If you choose to be an organ donor, this means that upon your death, you agree to allow your organs and tissues to be donated to people needing transplants. Your driver's license will be marked with a heart and the words "organ donor" on the front.

    How to Become an Organ Donor

    It's simple. Anyone who applies for a Maine driver's license from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles or renews a Maine driver's license can agree to be an organ donor as part of the application and renewal process. It doesn't cost anything, and it's optional.

    Why Become an Organ Donor?

    It saves lives. In Maine, hundreds of people wait for donations of hearts, lungs, livers, kidneys, and other organs. Dozens of those people die every year without receiving a transplant. Every organ donor helps increase the pool of organs and tissues available.

    More Information

    The following organizations can provide additional information and resources about Maine's organ donation program:

    Save a life by becoming an
    Organ Donor in Maine

    Make a difference. Register to donate your organs, eyes or tissues.

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