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Order of St John UK Award Nobles Hospital – October 2018

We are inviting families of donors to get in touch if they would like to receive the award on behalf of their loved one. You do not have to have a memorial stone in the garden or attend the ceremony to receive it. For some families we understand it may be too soon or too painful to attend and it can be arranged for your certificate and pin to be sent out in the post. Please read for more about the award below and by clicking on the link. It is very important that families get in touch with us with their postal address so an official invite can be sent to them from the UK. All of the certificates are produced in the UK ahead of the ceremony and officially signed.

The Order of St John UK Award for Organ Donation honours the incredible gift donors and their families in the UK make by donating their organs to save and improve the lives of others.

It is awarded by invitation to families whose loved one donated their organs, and posthumously honours the donor.

The family can chose to accept the award on the donor’s behalf – either at a regional ceremony, or in private.

About the award

The award was launched by the international humanitarian charity the Order of St John and NHS Blood and Transplant in 2013.

The award is open to people of all faiths or of no faith across the whole of the UK.

Families whose loved ones donated their organs before the award was set up in 2013, and who are interested in receiving the Award should contact the donor helpline on 0300 123 2323 or their local contact at NHS Blood and Transplant. For Isle of Man enquiries please contact diane.taylor@isleofman.com or in writing to Organ Donation Committee c/o Nobles Hospital

This award is for those who donated organs. Unfortunately tissue donation and eye-only donation are not recognised under this scheme.

The gifts of tissue donation and of eye donation are incredibly important in transforming the recipients’ lives but the Order of St John Award for Organ Donation was established to specifically to recognise solid organ donation.




2017 Longest Day, Longest Ride event – We are very pleased to have been chosen as this year chosen charity.  We will add some photos of the presentation of the cheque in the coming weeks.

You can also find some pictures of the actual event at the following Facebook page, please click on the below links: