Starting the Big Conversation
what our loved ones’ wishes are about organ donation. The decision
to be a donor is up to each of us (you can become Registered
Donor here if you like), but in the end, it’s left to thousands of families
every year to turn those wishes into actions.
be difficult. So we've come up with a way to use WI members’ talents
to show their leadership in finding the Time to Talk.
and every WI member to:
one about their organ donation decision
show who you spoke to
Take a photo and send it to us
it to your children when you were cooking dinner in the kitchen? Maybe
you mentioned to a close friend after getting your driving
license renewed? Perhaps reading a story about donation in the paper
prompted you to talk to a family member. Transform who you spoke to
(or are going to speak to) and the context of that conversation
into whatever craft or creative project you like. It can be as skilful
(crochet, pottery, decoupage, quilling, embroidery) or basic (spell
out their name in icing or take a selfie spelling out who you
told!) as you want.
the hashtag #WITimetoTalk. Or email it to the NFWI Public Affairs
team (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we'll publish it for you.
Facebook and an online photo gallery. At the end, we will create
a massive mosaic of photographs of all the WI members’ crafts
for a special exhibition as part of the WI’s centenary year.
show how WI members have found the Time to Talk, and inspire
others to do the same. Remember every single discussion about
organ donation is part of a bigger conversation.