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"Live Life. Pass It On" Scholarship

BC Transplant will award four $1500 scholarships to grade 12 students who lead an organ donation awareness project in their school or community during the 2021/22 school year.
Award value: 4 x $1,500 scholarships
To apply:
  • Submit a 500-1,000 word essay or short video that showcases your organ donation awareness project. This must include:
    • Your personal connection to organ donation or what inspired you 
    • What you created and executed for your community campaign
    • What you hope this campaign will achieve
  • Photos from in-person events or screenshots from digital campaigns
  • Quantifiable examples of how many people you reached through this campaign (if possible) 
  • Provide a reference letter from a teacher/community leader supporting your project.
  • You must not be related to anyone employed at BC Transplant
Get creative - we love to see photos, videos, drawings, recordings, poems and whatever else helps you support your submission. 

Need some help to get started? Check out our Green Shirt Day School Toolkit for ideas.

You might organize your whole school to participate in Green Shirt Day on April 7, issue a social media challenge for the month of April, create an awareness video, or organize an organ donor registration drive in your community. 

  • Open to grade 12 students who live in British Columbia, and plan to enrol full-time in a recognized post-secondary program.

Deadline: May 6, 2022

Please submit your application to or mail it to Suite 260, 1770 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V6J 4Y6 Attention: Scholarship Program. Submissions must include your first and last name, school, city, email and phone number. 

*Photos and videos may be used in BC Transplant's social media.*

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