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Our team has visited the world (online) to see what resources are in use in other countries. Find links to each resource at the bottom of this page. Many countries and organizations, sharing our belief that education about organ and tissue donation and transplant are key to shifting attitudes so donation is the norm and not the exception, have developed excellent toolkits, videos, interactive infographics, compelling stories and more. If you decide to use a resource from another country, be sure to also include Canadian facts, stats and information about how donation works in Canada.  

Netherlands | The Transplantation Society

Connecting DOTs. Connecting DOTs is an online platform dedicated to educating schoolchildren on donation and organ transplantation (Donation and Organ Transplantation for Schools). It provides information for teachers, students and their families. As organ transplantation is a very important topic for the treatment of end-stage organ disease, it is important to raise awareness amongst the general public.

United Kingdom

The NHS Blood and Transplant have developed free, curriculum-linked resources for secondary school teachers in England, to educate Key Stage 3 and 4 students (11-16 year olds) about blood, organ and stem cell donation. These resources have been developed by NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) in collaboration with the Anthony Nolan, a UK-based charity, and with the support of practicing teachers. 


A series of school education resources available for teachers about organ and tissue donation for transplantation for Year 8 and Year 9 (Grade 9 & 10, in Canada) students. The resources are aligned to learning descriptions in the Australian Curriculum: English, Science, Health and Physical Education, Civics and Citizenship.

United States

Chris Klug Foundation Workshop for Teachers & Course for Students:  Free online curriculum (requires registration) is intended for health and physical education teachers, driver’s education instructors, community outreach coordinators and organ donation advocates. An easy online tool, this resources is intended for middle school, high school and college-aged students. 

Go Recycle Yourself: An organ, eye and tissue donation initiative designed to support high school teachers and engage young audiences. Its design, interactive games, downloadable goodies, social media channels, and real-life stories appeal to students, who can readily register as donors in their state while on the site. There is also an “Educators” section where teachers can access a suite of videos, lesson plans, reading exercises, and activities in order to plan a lesson, unit or student project on donation.

Donate Life California - Teacher Education Resources: Organ donation lesson plans and student worksheets for educators to bring the facts about organ donation into their classrooms.

Talk Donation: The Talk Donation campaign gives a voice to the diverse community of American Indians from Minnesota dedicated to expanding awareness and participation in organ and tissue donation. "We envision a healthy, prosperous world in which our native communities are committed to caring and giving the gift of life to others."


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Canada/Netherlands: Connecting DOTS (Donation and Organ Transplantation for Schools)
UK: Donation education teaching resources - high school
Australia: School Education Resources
US: Organ and Tissue Donation Course for Students (via Chris Klug Foundation)
US: Organ and Tissue Donation Course for Teachers (via Chris Klug Foundation)
US: Donate Life California - Resources For Educators
US: Talk Donation Campaign