HOSA Challenge

Approximately 3,000 Michigan patients are waiting for life-saving organ transplants. Thousands more need life-enhancing tissue and cornea transplants. You can help to save and heal lives right here in Michigan by signing up your high school's HOSA chapter for the Gift of Life HOSA Challenge!

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Can you beat the challenge?

The Gift of Life HOSA Challenge is a three-week competition to see which Michigan HOSA chapter can add the most new names to the Michigan Organ Donor Registry or complete the most activities to raise awareness of the importance of organ, tissue and eye donation. Cash prizes are awarded to the top four finishers in both categories.

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THANK YOU!

Thank you to all of the Michigan HOSA Chapters that participated in the 2021 Gift of Life HOSA Challenge!

As a result of your hard work, 964 new donors were registered and nearly 3,500 activities were completed to educate and inspire the community about organ, eye and tissue donation.

Congratulations to Anchor Bay HS HOSA for registering the most new donors with 335, and Bloomfield Hills HS HOSA for completing the most activity points with 7,844. We appreciate your continued support in the efforts to save and heal lives here in Michigan!

Parent Information

Anyone may join the Michigan Organ Donor Registry, including minors. Parents may legally revoke the decision of a minor to be a donor until that individual turns 18. We encourage anyone considering the decision to be a donor to discuss it with their family.

Anyone can remove their name from the registry by contacting Gift of Life Michigan or by visiting a Secretary of State office.

Questions?

Contact us at info@golm.org or 866-500-5801.

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