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Student and Teacher Resources

Empowering youth with organ, tissue and eye donation facts.

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Contact Information

Tonnie Boston

Community Outreach Manager
Email 414-937-6648

CodeR: Classmates for Organ Donation Education and Registration


The critical shortage of organ and tissue donors is a national health crisis. CodeR assists high school students with understanding the biological, health and major concerns surrounding organ and tissue donation. Armed with this information, each teen can make an informed decision about donation and share it with his or her family members.

CodeR offers:

  • Customizable engagement
  • Transplant and science curriculum
  • Interactive station rotations
  • Human kidney on pump exhibit
  • Organ allocation case study
  • Versiti traveling bone box

Interested in bringing CodeR to your high school?


Contact us to arrange a discovery meeting, or to request specific services and resources for high school students. Download these helpful resources for your local high school to promote organ and tissue donation.


SODA: Student Organ Donation Advocates


Starting a SODA chapter on your campus is a great way to become a leader and make a difference both on campus and in your community. While founding and managing a chapter may seem daunting at first, you'll find that Versiti Organ and Tissue is a partner you can count on for dedicated support.

The benefits of starting a SODA chapter are endless. You can:

  • Begin a dialogue about potentially life-saving organ donation registrations.
  • Acquire in-depth knowledge about organ donation and the associated ethical, biological, social, and health aspects.
  • Join a national network of students who care about saving lives.
  • Inspire students by creating leadership opportunities, participating in SODA programs, and registering to become organ and tissue donors.
  • Receive funding, support, and mentorship from SODA National and Versiti Organ and Tissue.
  • Continue to make a difference on campus for years to come with the chapter you start.

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