The Gift of Life Michigan Campus Challenge provides an opportunity to give school rivalries and competitive spirit a new purpose by saving and healing lives. The Campus Challenge program is simple, easy and free. In the past 14 years, college students across the state have inspired more than 40,000 people to join the Michigan Organ Donor Registry.
During the five-week Gift of Life Michigan Campus Challenge, colleges and universities compete to see which school can sign up the most people to donate life.
Students, faculty and staff participate in the Campus Challenge through campus events, social media posts, newsletter articles, and at donor registry sign-up stations in student unions and athletic events.
Digital and physical resources are provided to each participating school, along with a supply of giveaway items for tabling events.
Each school receives a unique link to the donor registry, and your school receives a point every time someone uses that link to sign up as an organ donor. Scores are shown in real time on Gift of Life Michigan’s website.
At the end of the Campus Challenge, trophies will be awarded to the top three schools -- the school that recruits the most new donors, the school that signs up the most new donors compared to its student population, and the school that earns the most activity points.
Learn more and sign your school up to participate here: https://www.giftoflifemichigan.org/campus-challenge