John Robbie is Proud 2 Be an Organ Donor

I’ve signed up to become an Organ Donor with the Organ Donor Foundation SA. This is how I help make a difference, by contributing to the better good of the world.

John Robbie, 702

John Robbie is always speaking up for a great cause, this time he is putting his thumbs up for Organ Donation. He has signed up to become an organ donor, with the Organ Donor Foundation of South Africa, meaning he could potentially save 7 lives by donating a heart, a liver, a pancreas, two lungs and two kidneys.

Join the conversation as John works closely with the Organ Donor Foundation of South Africa to raise awareness about the state of organ donation in the country, and to expose the myths that surround it.

Keep a look out for these key dates throughout the year; 12th March is World Kidney day, 7th July is Save 7 Lives Day, the whole of August is Organ Donor Month, launched with National Donor Tribute Day on the 1st, and join us on the 8th October at the Johannebsurg Zoo for the Proud 2 Be Organ Donor Walk.

To find out more about signing up to be an organ donor with The Organ Donor Foundation SA at odf.org.za or call their toll-free helpline on 0800 22 66 11, between 09:00-16:00 daily.

Will you be Proud 2B an Organ Donor? Sign up to become one and Lead SA.


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