Looking for more information about donation and transplantation? 

Below are some links to our external partners that will help.

Donate Life America leads national partners and Donate Life state affiliates, including Donate Life Indiana, to increase the number of donated organs and tissues available to save and heal lives.


Indiana Donor Network serves as the vital link between donors and patients waiting for lifesaving organ transplants, healing tissue and corneas to restore sight. The organization is Indiana’s federally designated organ recovery organization and accredited tissue bank.


VisionFirst is the largest eye bank in Indiana, providing high-quality tissue to surgeons for transplantation.


United Network for Organ Sharing is the private, non-profit organization that manages the U.S. organ transplant system under contract with the federal government.


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration operates the Division of Transplantation within the health Systems Bureau. The Division of Transplantation is the primary federal entity responsible for oversight of the nation’s organ and blood stem cell transplant systems and implements programs and initiatives that increase organ and blood stem cell donations in the U.S.


Indiana University Health’s School of Medicine provides whole body donation services for those who wish to donate their body for the purpose of education to the school’s medical science education program.