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Donor Registration

How many people have registered as donors?

Join those who have checked the box “yes” already. Every registration counts. As a registered organ donor, you can save and heal more than 75 lives. That’s a small gesture with a big impact.

Take a look at the Upper Midwest’s county-by-county interactive map of organ donor registration from driver’s license offices.

Upper Midwest Donation Registration Rates

Majority of Americans — 90% are in favor of organ donation. But only half are actually registered.

  • 55% 55% Minnesota Registration Rate
  • 60% 60% South Dakota Registration Rate
  • 54% 54% North Dakota Registration Rate
  • 50% 50% National Registration Rate

Previous Donor Registration Interactive Maps

Donor registration rates shift over time. Depending on where you live, every four to five years, you apply for and/or renew your driver’s license at the DMV; while you’re there, you can also register as an organ donor.

Want to make an impact now? Skip the lines, and register as a donor any time online.

About the Data

  • Donor registration is measured by the percentage of individuals who register as donors at the driver’s license office, out of the total number of people who apply and renew their driver’s license and state IDs.
  • Maps are organized by annual data (January – December). The current year represents data from January to the most current month.
  • Data is provided on a monthly basis, so check back mid-month to see how your county registration shifts towards green.
  • These maps do not include those who register online.