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Volunteering for UW Organ and Tissue Donation

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If you have have other questions about our volunteer programs, please e-mail us.

 

Are You Currently Promoting Organ Donation?

The UW OTD team would like to know what you're doing in your community to help us share the life-saving message of organ donation in Wisconsin. Please e-mail us.

 

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Volunteer and help UW Organ and Tissue Donation (UW OTD) create hope for the 120,000 people who are still waiting for their gift of life with an organ transplant.

 

UW Organ and Tissue Donation (UW OTD-located in Madison, Wisconsin) has a large group of volunteers supporting our Community Outreach Team in our efforts to educate the public about the facts about organ, tissue and eye donation. Our goal is to expand donation education messaging to reach every corner of our service area and increase the number of registered donors from 60 to 75 percent.

 

Our volunteers support educational community events in our Designated Service Area that includes 59 Wisconsin counties, Winnebago County, Illinois and 5 Upper Michigan counties. Donor family members, recipients, living donors and others passionate about organ donation and transplantation are welcome to join the volunteer team.

 

We invite you to join our efforts by staffing educational booths at health fairs and other community events. Additional volunteer roles include participating in the Wisconsin Dottie Donor Dot mascot team as a mascot or escort or serving as a Wisconsin DMV ambassador, periodically meeting with local DMV employees to share your connection to donation. If interested, UW OTD volunteers may speak about their connection to donation to present at small community or club meetings or deliver a prepared 30-minute program at Wisconsin teen driver education classes so they can make an informed decision about registering as a donor.

 

UW OTD volunteers participate in a brief, 20-minute online training program to learn the most recent facts about organ, tissue and eye donation and transplantation. The training program also includes tips for working with the public. For those interested in speaking to small groups, additional training is provided.

 

Those with a personal connection to donation and/or transplantation may also share their personal story at my transplant or donation experience.

 

Steps to Become a UW Organ and Tissue Donation Volunteer

 

Our volunteer training program consists of three steps:

  1. Complete the Volunteer Contact Information form below
  2. After you submit the Volunteer Contact Information form, take our online education and training session on organ, tissue, and eye donation. You must complete the training and receive a 100% on the quiz answers to become a confirmed volunteer.
  3. After you complete the UW OTD Volunteer Online Training and quiz, complete the Volunteer Confidentiality and Agreement form and electronically submit it to UW OTD, or, print a hard copy and:
  • Mail to: UW OTD, 450 Science Drive, Suite 220, Madison, WI 53711-9135
  • Or fax to: (608) 890-9988

After you complete the three steps above you are a trained volunteer for UW OTD. Your name is added to our volunteer database. You receive e-mails that outline volunteer opportunities as they arise. Please note that due to our large volunteer team and state-wide work all volunteer communication is managed via e-mail.

 

If you are interested in volunteering for UW OTD, please complete the form below.

 

Thank you for your interest in joining our efforts to save more lives through organ, tissue and eye donation. We look forward to having you as a member of our volunteer team!

 

 

Last Name:
 
First Name:
 
Middle Name:
 
Date of Birth (mm/dd/yy):
 
e-Mail Address:
 
Street Address:
 
City:
 
County:
 
State:
 
ZIP:
 
Primary Phone:
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Secondary Phone:
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Relationship to Donation

Select one of the following:

 

Donor Family Member
Donor full name:
 
Recipient Family Member
Type of transplant recipient received:
 
Living Donor
Type of organ donated:
 
Recipient
Type of organ received:
 
Other:

 

Emergency Contact Information

 

Last Name:
 
First Name:
 
Relationship:
 
Phone:
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Please indicate any language(s) in which you are fluent, in addition to English

 

 

Please list any events or activities pertaining to donation in which you have participated

 

 

Additional information you want to share with us: