|Making the decision to write to transplant recipients|
|Will I hear from the transplant recipients?|
|Having difficulties or need some advice?|
|Writing to Transplant Recipients Brochure (PDF file)|
|Change of Address Form (PDF file)|
the decision to write to transplant recipients
BC Transplant (BCT) would like to provide donor families with information that will help them in their letter writing. The BC Human Tissue Gift Act requires that the identity of both the donor and the recipient be kept confidential. For this reason, we ask that you do not include identifying personal information, such as your name, where you live, or where you work in your letter. If you decide to initiate correspondence with the transplant recipients, you may send a greeting card or letter. Included below are some guidelines and general information that may help you compose your letter.
card or letter in an unsealed envelope. Include on a separate
Please mail both documents in a sealed envelope to :
You could also e-mail us your letter at firstname.lastname@example.org
One of BCT Organ Donation Specialists will review the card or letter to ensure that confidentiality is maintained for both you and the transplant recipients, before sending it on to the recipient. Each letter is forwarded from BCT, therefore, there may be a slight delay before your letter reaches the transplant recipient. We make every effort to get letters out as soon as we receive them.
A letter writen by one of our donor moms
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