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How to Become an Organ & Tissue Donor

Help solve the critical shortage of organs and tissues needed for transplants.

Register your legal consent on the South Carolina Organ and Tissue Donor Registry. Register now to become a donor following your death by selecting the most convenient registration method for you.

Register online at Donate Life South Carolina

or

at SCDMVonline.com or at any South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV) when obtaining, renewing or changing your driverís license/ID information.

SCDL Donor Registry Symbol

Donor Symbol Changes

A new donor registry symbol on your driver's license replaces the former heart symbol that was used prior to the December 2008 establishment of the Registry.

 

 
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Reagan, heart recipient
Reagan
heart recipient
Lexington, S.C.


Reagan was born in 2005 with a rare congenital heart defect and needed several critical surgeries. Two days before her first Christmas, Reagan's heart could no longer sustain itself. Reagan was placed on a heart machine and her only remaining chance to survive was a heart transplant.

Finally, Friday the 13th of January, became Reagan's lucky day. Through the generosity of a donor family, Reagan got the new heart she needed. Now this beautiful young girl is growing up and loves playing with her older brother.

Reagan's mom Kelly says, "I am so grateful daily that the donor's family was so courageous. They gave life to us all!"
 
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