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Video: The Orgamites - Superheroes Inside

Canadian Blood Services and All Good Co.
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The mighty Orgamites are a team of nine life-saving organs (led by Captain Marrow) found in every one of us. They’re known as the mighty organs because they represent the most-donated parts of the body. These lovable characters help kids to connect with and appreciate the roles of their organs, while learning what organ donation and transplantation is all about. Every tool created has been designed in such a way as to empower you with informative resources to equip and educate the children in your care.

In this film, Captain Marrow and the Orgamites explain who the real Superheroes are — Organ Donors! While reminding viewers about power of their "Mighty Organs" using concepts of recycling, upcycling and lifecycling. Superheroes Inside is a great complement to Teacher Toolkit #3 - The Mighty Kind Movement. Superheroes Inside comes in two-minute and four-minute formats. 

Superheroes Inside (2 minutes)

Superheroes Inside (4 minutes)

Why the Orgamites?

As the only global organ donation awareness program of its kind, the Orgamites consists of an ever-growing range of educational tools — all aimed at breathing new life and lightness into all-important conversations.

The Orgamites Programme is presented by All Good Co. which is a UK-based Community Interest Company. Current partners include: Live Life Give Life, Team Margot, Giving to Help Others, Onassis Foundation and Canadian Blood Services. Supported by NHS Blood and Transplant, Organ Donation Scotland and the European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT). Created by Roydon Turner. ©Copyright, Creative and Production by *Awesonova. All rights reserved. Discover more at or

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Orgamites Teacher Toolbox: The Mighty Kind Movement