Organ and tissue donor registration
How to register your consent to donate your organs and tissue. Your choice could, one day, save up to 8 lives.
Did you receive a letter from ServiceOntario about updating your organ and tissue donor registration?
Or, did you register online as an organ donor or update your profile online between March 23, 2013 and September 19, 2014?
- Click “Update your registration”
- Have your health card number handy
- Call 1-844-209-9287 if you have questions
- For more information, read our letter and Frequently Asked Questions
To register as an organ and tissue donor, you need:
- to be at least 16 years old
- to provide your date of birth
- your health card number and version code (if applicable)
Providing an email address when you register is optional. If you do, we will send you a confirmation of registration via email. Your email information is not saved.
You will receive a confirmation letter if you:
- complete a new registration
- update your registration information
- withdraw your consent
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What you need to know
By registering your consent, information about your decision can be shared with your family, so they can be made aware of your wishes.
You need to register even if you signed a donor card. Information on a signed donor card is not recorded in the same way and may not be available when needed.
Registering as a donor is the only secure and guaranteed way to make your decision known.
Register in person
You can also register your consent at all ServiceOntario centres.
Register by mail
To register by mail, complete a Gift of Life consent form and send to:
Organ Donor Consent
PO Box 48
Kingston ON K7L 5J3
Please visit BeADonor.ca or call The Trillium Gift of Life Network at toll-free 1-800-263-2833 (Canada).
1 organ donor can save up to 8 lives.
Be an organ donor.
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