Hundreds willing to give the gift of life – are you?
HUNDREDS of people have already downloaded the form to join The Herald's Gift of Life campaign – in just a matter of days.
Since Thursday a total of 365 people have visited our website and downloaded a form to sign up to the Organ Donor Register and help save a life.
Jon Paul Oxley, who inspired The Herald to launch the campaign, died from chronic cystic fibrosis at the beginning of September.
The campaign, launched with the support of Jon Paul's family and Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, aims to inspire another 1,000 city people to register as organ donors.
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Jill Oxley, Jon Paul's mum, said: "We're off to a very good start but we need more donors – come on Plymouth!"
Jon Paul told his story to The Herald in July in the hope more people would sign the Organ Donor Register and help save lives.
He had been on the waiting list for a life-saving double lung transplant for 19 months when he died.
His parents are now carrying on their son's fight to encourage more people to register as donors.