Most of us know that we can donate blood and our organs. Did you know that after you die your skin can help burn victims? Your corneas can give sight to two people. Upon death, there is the potential to donate our heart, kidneys, lungs, pancreas, spleen, intestine, skin, bone, veins, lymph nodes, the entire eye or just the cornea, and soft tissue, such as ligaments, tendons, and muscle. Instead of the entire liver, sometimes only liver cells are used for transplantation purposes. In fact, you can donate your entire body. Become a registered donor and help to raise awareness about this lifesaving gift.