Pledge Now

Don’t like waiting
for anything?

Think of those who
wait to live.

Don’t wait. Pledge to donate your Organs today.

“I’ve pledged to be an organ donor.”

Rahul Bose





While you were waiting for the site to load, you would have checked your notifications, called your delivery executive for food and even cancelled your ride! Why do you ask? Because you couldn’t WAIT. We don’t wait, we can’t.

It is estimated that every year, at least 5 lakh Indians lose their lives while waiting for an organ. Every 10 minutes a new name is getting added to the waiting list and a precious life is lost every minute.

Let’s do our bit by taking a pledge to donate and save thousands of precious lives.

Connect With The Cause

How do I pledge to become an organ donor?

  • Fill the form
    with your details
  • Receive confirmation
  • Nominee receives a mail
  • NOTTO is informed
  • You are added to the
    government registry


1). Living Donor Organ Donation: A person during his life can donate one kidney (the other kidney is capable of maintaining the body functions adequately for the donor), a portion of pancreas and a part of the liver (the segment of liver will regenerate after a period of time in both recipient and donor).

2). Deceased Donor Organ Donation: A person can donate multiple organ and tissues after brain stem death (explained below) and/or cardiac death.

The donor is declared brain stem dead by a panel of 4 doctors in a hospital authorized to do so. A series of tests are conducted 6 hours apart and only then the person is declared brain stem dead.

The doctor who is treating the patient will explain to the family about brain-stem death. If the family is willing for organ donation, they can approach the counselor of the hospital, the Transplant Coordinator or the doctors and nursing staff of the ICU. Once consent for organ donation has been obtained, coordinating the process of organ retrieval begins. The family has to sign a consent form as defined by the Act.

The family’s decision, agreement or refusal to donate, is considered final.

Yes, in most circumstances you can be a donor. Having a medical condition does not necessarily prevent a person from becoming an organ or tissue donor. The decision about whether some or all organs or tissues are suitable for transplant is made by a healthcare professional, taking into account your medical history.
None of the religions object to organ donation and transplantation. On the contrary, religions endorse ‘giving’ and what bigger form of giving can there be than giving life. If you have any doubts you can consult your religious leader.
Donation of an organ or tissue provides an unparalleled opportunity to give someone a second chance of life. Your donation is not only impacting the life of one person or family, but it is of overall help for the society as a whole. Most families who have made this brave decision have expressed that it helped in their grieving and healing process.