Resources for National Minority Donor Awareness Month (August 1-31)

July 1, 2021

National Minority Donor Awareness Month is a collaborative initiative of the National (Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation) Multicultural Action Group (NMAG)—AATB, AMAT, AOPO, DLA, EBAA, HRSA, MOTTEP & NKF to save and improve the quality of life of diverse communities by creating a positive culture for organ, eye, and tissue donation. National Minority Donor Awareness Month stems from National Minority Donor Awareness Day, founded in 1996 by the National Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program (MOTTEP), to bring heightened awareness to donation and transplantation in multicultural communities – focusing primarily on African American/Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander and American Indian/Alaskan Native communities. This year, for the second time, it will be celebrated the entire month of August to continue to educate and celebrate the strides we have made and the continued work we have to do to help alleviate the large number of minorities that make up those waiting for life-saving organs in our country. 


The below resources are designed to assist with the observance of and outreach activities related to National Minority Donor Awareness Month.


Social Media – Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn & Twitter images

Web Materials- Logos, Web Banners, PowerPoint Slides & Zoom Backgrounds

Downloadable Print Flyers, Coloring Sheets & Infographic Handouts