How Common Is Body and Organ Donation?

According to a recent study by Donate Life America, 95% of U.S. adults support organ donation, while only 54% have committed to donating by registering as anatomical donors.

“The fact of the matter is, we need more organ donors,” says Kim Olthoff, MD, chief of the division of Transplant Surgery at Penn Medicine.

Why Donate Your Body?

We at Aeternitas Life are committed to applying science and technology to improving the health and well-being of all human beings. We are dedicating to providing ethical, compassionate service to donors and their families throughout the donation process.

Many universities and educational institutions lack the funds to adequately teach and promote discovery in the fields of science and medicine. The study of human anatomy is particularly affected. Many schools do not have the resources to utilize cadavers or anatomical gifts in their teaching programs, and poor substitutes like synthetic or digital models are prohibitively expensive.

Our mission is to provide every university in need with the resources necessary to inspire the next generation of scientists, doctors and educators. Through our work, we aim to encourage and motivate students to explore careers in science and medicine.

Get In Touch With Aeternitas Life

We're here to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We serve donors and their families in our local communities across Oregon, Washington and most of Idaho. For immediate assistance, please call us at 844-330-7040, we're here to help 24 hours a day.