Say Yes & Share It

What good is it to do something AMAZING if you can’t share it with someone?  That’s what we thought about donor designation at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA.)  Everyone knows they have done something great by saying YES to donation during their branch visit, so now people can share it. 

At specially designated MVA branches including Glen Burnie, Baltimore City, Columbia, Essex and Annapolis, are business cards that tell customers how to share their donor designation through facebook. 

The front of the cards provide customers a QR code to scan with their smartphone or mobile device.  This takes them immediately to the “Say Yes and Share It” page on the Living Legacy Foundation’s website.  The back of the cards provide steps for customers to add “Organ Donor” to their facebook timeline. 

Saying YES to donation at the MVA is a decision that people should be proud of and share with their friends.  Facebook has been a wonderful supporter of the Donate Life cause and provide an excellent platform to people to express this living saving action.

Have you said YES and want to share it?  Below are the actions you can take now to share with your friends on facebook.

Visit www.thellf.org/sayyesandshareit to share your decision with your friends in the comment box provided and it will be posted automatically to your Facebook wall.

And don’t forget to add “Organ Donor” to your timeline.  Below are the easy steps to letting everyone know about your selfless decision to give hope and life to others.

• Go to your Timeline
• Click on “Life Event”
• Select “Health and Wellness” and
• Choose “Organ Donor”
• You can add where and when you registered here.
• Add your personal story.

If you have not officially registered with your local authority you can:

• Select the link “Officially Register” from the right hand side of the dialog box.
• A new tab will open with instructions on how to officially register.

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About libbydwolfe

Libby Wolfe is the Executive Director for Donate Life Maryland. She has over a decade of experience in the communications field working primarily in advertising and marketing. She is motivated everyday to encourage more Marylanders to say YES to organ donation and meet the need of those awaiting a transplant.
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