Why have we shared our experience with you?

The family wanted to relay this story to you, initially as a way of healing our own grief without a doubt, but also as a way of trying to reassure anyone thinking of organ donation, that the process places you, the family and the donor, as the priority.

The process will be handled in a dignified and totally professional manner.

But you must not just think about being a donor, you must act and register.

YOU MUST TALK WITH YOUR FAMILY AND LOVED ONES SO THEY KNOW WHAT YOU WANT.

The key message we wanted to convey is that we wish that more families would initially start to TALK to each other about organ donation.

Nobody has a right to say you must donate and nobody should feel bad if they really do not wish to register. But we hope that in a small way we, with Beth’s story , have created a platform for you to have a discussion about the subject.

What allowed our family to make our decision was that we, as a family, spoke about it. We discussed it and we knew what our daughter wanted.

So please, all we ask is that you seriously think about organ donation. Discuss it with all your loved ones and then if you feel strong enough to commit, go to www.organdonation.nhs.uk and register.

Thank you for taking the time to read Beth’s story.

If every visitor to this site registers as a donor that could save 9 lives. If every visitor has 50 friends and encourages their friends to visit this site and register that could save 450 lives."Everyone needs to discuss Organ Donation"

The importance of Organ Donation should not be misunderstood. It does not just SAVE a life , it impacts on spouses, children, grand children, brothers , sisters , wider family and friends. "Everyone needs to discuss Organ Donation"

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