Logan Boulet signed up as an organ donor on his 21st birthday just weeks before he was killed in the crash. Boulet’s organs are expected to save the lives of six people. (Photo SJHL)

POLL: Have you signed on to be an organ donor?

Broncos’ Logan Boulet is expected to save six people’s lives. Will you offer the same gift?

Broncos’ Logan Boulet made a decision shortly before he tragically died in a bus crash, that is expected to save six people’s lives.

Boulet signed up as an organ donor on his 21st birthday just weeks before he was killed in the crash.

In response to the story of Logan Boulet, there has been a significant increase in British Columbians registering to be organ donors.

According to BC Transplant, 2,036 people signed up online in the days following the crash.

Next week (April 22-29) is National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week, when BC Transplant campaigns to increase donor registration.

What do you think? Are you an organ donor yet?

To register to be an organ donor go to www.transplant.bc.ca

To help raise awareness, share with hashtag #Register2Give



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