Registration Stats

The need for organ donors in Ontario.

Currently, close to 1500 people in Ontario are waiting for a life-saving organ transplant. And though most of us believe that organ donation is a good thing, less than a quarter of us are registered as donors. Some great strides have been made in Ontario over the past year, but still more needs to be done. You can Spread the Word by encouraging your friends and family to register their consent to become organ and tissue donors.

24%

of Ontarians are registered donors. That’s 2.84 million out of an eligible 11.74 million.

1,531

Ontarians are currently waiting for an organ transplant. As of December 31, 2013

9,809

Ontarians have received a lifesaving organ transplant since 2003.

Our goal is 255,000 new registrations | April 1, 2013 - March 31, 2014

We've set the bar high. But with the help of people like you, we can do it.

We've reached

69%

of our total goal

as of December 2013

=

175,751

Ontarians that have registered to become organ and tissue donors.

Updated every 3 months

Congratulations to Our Top Communities

Most Improved Registration Rate
From September 30, 2013 to December 31, 2013
Rank Community
1 Leamington | 11.22% increase
2 Kingsville | 10.54% increase
3 Brant And Norfolk Counties | 9.70% increase
4 Cornwall | 6.99% increase
5 Hawkesbury | 6.45% increase
Highest Registration Rate Overall
at December 31, 2013
Rank Community
1 Lively | 52% donor registration
2 Garson | 51% donor registration
3 Hanmer | 51% donor registration
4 Val Caron | 50% donor registration
5 North Bay | 49% donor registration

Where does your community rank?

Your Community's Registration Rate

  • Less Than 10%

  • 10% - 19%

  • 20% - 29%

  • 30% - 39%

  • 40% - 49%

  • 50+%

It's easy to start your own registration drive. Do it as an individual or on behalf of your company or community group.

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Communities

New Registrations this Year

Registration Drives

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Donor Registration Rate