Join the #BeTheGift, Tennessee Challenge!

Are you an organ donor? Challenge friends to #BeTheGift and save more lives.

Tennesseans are coming together to add 100,000 new registered organ and tissue donors in our state between now and the end of the year.

Today, more than 100,000 people are waiting for organ transplants, 3,000 in Tennessee alone. Simply by registering as organ and tissue donors, we increase the chance that their lives will be saved. 

There’s no end to who you can challenge: family, co-workers, book club, Bible study, neighborhood, and classmates. The more people who are registered, the more lives that are saved.


It’s simple. It’s fast. And it’s free!

SHARE on social media and tag friends to #BeTheGift, Tennessee!


Not yet registered as an organ donor? CLICK HERE to register! Then jump in and challenge your friends to do the same!

Let’s #BeTheGift, Tennessee!

About The Challenge

We are the Volunteer State. Supporting our neighbors and saving lives is our Tennessee heritage. It’s in our bones – and in our organs too!

It is who we are and what we do.

Tennessee Donor Services announced #BeTheGift, Tennessee! with Tennessee State Representative Jeremy Faison and Senator Becky Massey on the steps of the State Capitol in April.

The goal: Register 100,000 more people as organ and tissue donors by the end of the year.

They called on every Tennessean to do their part. Now it’s your turn!

Meet Tennessee Donor Services

Tennessee Donor Services is honored to be the driving force behind organ and tissue donation in our state. The first responders of donation, we work behind the scenes to identify and recover vital organs and tissues and then transport them to transplant patients who need them.

Our main priority is to honor our donors throughout the entire organ and tissue donation system. We care for donor families throughout the donation process and support them in the months and years that follow.

Few people realize that the Tennessee Donor Services team stands ready 24/7/365 to support the residents of our state and save lives every day.

We’ve got this, Tennessee.