Organ Donation

Becoming A Donor Top ↑

You have the option of becoming an Organ Donor and having this listed on your driver license or ID card. You may become a donor or remove the designation when the license is first issued, upon renewal or upon a change of address.

If you do not have a license or ID, you may register online to become a donor or complete the form. This is not necessary if you register through the DMV.

Online Donor Registration  |  Registrate en Español

Nevada Donor Registration Form  |  Español

See the following resources for more information:

Organ Procurement Organizations

Nevada Donor Network 855-NVDONOR (855) 683-6667
Donor Network West (888) 570-9400
Intermountain Donor Services (801) 521-1755

Nevada Organ and Tissue Donation Brochure (PDF)

Sierra Donor Services (Eye/Tissue Bank)

The Transplant Network (Support Group)

Nevada Gift of Life Education Fund

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Gift of Life Education Fund Top ↑

Gift of Life Education Fund

When you agree to become an organ donor, the DMV will ask whether you wish to donate $1 or more to the state Gift of Life Education Fund (Anatomical Gift Account). The funds are forwarded to the University of Nevada School of Medicine for educational programs on the importance of organ and tissue donation. If enough money is donated, the account can also provide financial assistance to those in need of a transplant.

The DMV accepts donations during the licensing process and through the purchase of Organ Donor license plates. You can also donate directly to the Gift of Life Education Fund.

License Plate Top ↑

Organ Donor License Plate

Nevada has an Organ Donor specialty license plate you can display on your vehicles. $25 of the initial purchase and $20 of the annual renewal fee supports the Gift of Life Education Fund.

See Charitable and Collegiate License Plates.

Living Will Lockbox Top ↑

Living Will Lockbox logo

You may also wish to visit the Nevada Living Will Lockbox, an official Secretary of State website where you can file directives such as living wills and “do not resuscitate” orders for access by designated health care professionals and family.