Learning and Development

Save9Lives take a lot of time to educate people about organ donation. Here are a few things we have done recently to spread the word of organ donation.

 
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Young People have been particularly engaged with Save9Lives' vibrant logo, creating artistic designs of this, learning of our important organ donation message.

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Classes have written letters to Save9Lives, in conjunction with organ donation learning. 

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Save9Lives’ founder, Jim Lynskey, often visits schools, speaking of his experiences living with a mechanical heart pump, and why he set up the campaign. 

Children as young as 6 have asked me some incredibly important questions regarding organ donation, and have had discussion with their families about the matter as a result of school visits
— Jim Lynskey, Save9Lives Founder

Teachers have welcomed Save9Lives school visits with as much interest as students.

 
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Artists take to Save9Lives’ teaching methods.

Educational artwork will enable the Save9Lives campaign to teach young people all about organ donation, with thanks to Alice Palace.

The drawing features campaign founder - Jim - who is currently awaiting the the gift of life alongside the estimated 6,500 transplant listed patients in the UK today.

Below, sketches of organs & tissues which can be donated to save up to 9 lives are illustrated, emphasising the campaign’s title - Save9Lives.