Kavikulaguru Kalidas Sanskrit University - Organ Donation Campaign

Organ Donor Card

The Organ Donor Card acts as a document that would help you express your willingness to be an organ donor after death, similar to making a will.

By signing the 'Donor Card' you have pledged to donate your organs after your death.

What to do next?
  • Keep the Donor Card with you at all times, in your purse or wallet
  • Inform your close relatives about your wish to be an organ donor
  • The Donor Card also serves as an emergency card as it has the name and number of your emergency contact

What you must know about the Organ Donor Card?
  • Organ Donation can happen only after death and does not carry any financial rewards
  • Organ Donor Card is not a living donor card; there are no living donor cards

Note - MOHAN Foundation will not post a hard copy of the donor card. An organ donor, who has registered online, can print their donor card soon after submission or can print later by using the link provided in our automated acknowledgement mail.

Donor Card - Registration Form

Personal Details :-

Maximum 15 characters
Maximum 15 characters
Male
Female
Transgender
Any Part of My Body
Corneas
Kidneys
Heart
Lungs
Liver
Pancreas
Country Code/City Code/Phone No.

Emergency Contact Person Details :-

Maximum 15 characters
Country Code/City Code/Phone No.

I understand that this pledge is for donation of my organs after my death and has NO FINANCIAL REWARDS.
I understand that this is NOT LIVING DONOR CARD and there is no such thing as a living donor card.

* Fields are Mandatory

Note: The information which you are entering in the above form is confidential and will be used only for purpose of organ donation and transplant processes and will not be shared/used for any other purpose.

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