Organ Donation in Wisconsin
Being an organ donor doesn't cost you or your family anything. Your funeral won't be delayed or altered; an open-casket ceremony is still possible. Donors receive the same level of medical care as non-donors. All major religions in the United States support organ and tissue donation.
Register to become an organ donor when applying or renewing your driver's license or ID card by marking the "yes" box next to the organ donor option on the Wisconsin Driver License/ID Application (Form MV3001).
Important: Place the orange "organ donor" alert sticker on the front of your document, on top of the embedded spot.
Sign up online through the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. By filling out the form provided, you're confirming your choice to become an organ donor.
DOT will mail you an orange donor dot to place on your driver's license or ID.
Visit the official Wisconsin Donor Registry site to learn more about becoming a donor.Other Topics in This SectionSave Lives. Become an
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Doctors don’t work with the same urgency to save your life if they know you’re an organ donor.