Workplace Partnership for Life (WPFL) is a national network connecting the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to members of the transplant community, as well as businesses, organizations and associations throughout the country. The goal of WPFL is to inspire more people to register as donors by spreading the word about the importance of organ, tissue, eye, blood and bone marrow donation.

WPFL consists of more than 11,000 local, regional and national companies, as well as academic, volunteer, philanthropic and community-focused organizations. Together, these partners help promote a “donation-friendly America” by fostering education and creating more opportunities for individuals to join the donor registry.

What Do Workplace Partners Do?

Workplace Partners work with local donation organizations and other groups to educate constituents about the importance of organ, tissue, eye, blood and bone marrow donation. As a Workplace Partner, you can help educate your employees and other members of the community about this lifesaving gift, and provide more opportunities for individuals to sign up for the state donor registry. If you would like to become a Workplace Partner, please contact the community education department.