Donate Life Northwest provides free donation education resources (download, below) and trained presenters (request, below) to over 300 private, public, and driver ed educators in Oregon and SW Washington. 

In light of COVID-19 and its impact on schools, we have made some remote resources available to teachers in Oregon and SW Washington to share with their students at this time. You can find them here.

Free Teaching Resources

Download the 2018 Go Recycle Yourself curriculum-- a free, comprehensive and Common Core Standard-aligned resource designed for Health, Health Careers, Science, and Driver Ed classrooms. Features beginning and advanced readings, lessons, handouts, activities, and local stories to share in Oregon classrooms.


School Presentations:

Oregon- Standard
Oregon- Advanced (for science or health careers class)- Contains graphic images
Washington- Standard
Washington- Advanced (for science or health careers class)- Contains graphic images

 Donate Life Northwest

Go Recycle Yourself


More resources are available to download. You can request other materials directly from Donate Life Northwest online!


Free In-Class Presentations

What's a Donate Life Northwest presentation like? Watch this video to learn more or view the 2020-2021 Presentation Outline to get an idea.

Educators in Oregon or SW Washington can request free presentations about donation and transplantation, presented by Donate Life Northwest staff or highly-trained volunteers. Presentations are subject to the availabilty of speakers.


Service Learning Projects: Donor Designation Drives

We support students and student groups wishing to organize campus donor designation drives with free materials and mentoring. Contact us to get started. Also check out our video on how to run a donor drive.


Workshops & Trainings

Visit our Volunteer Calendar and RSVP for upcoming Donate Life 301: School Programs Workshops. 
In-person or webinar trainings can be arranged for school districts or educator conferences.



503-494-7888 or education@donatelifenw.org