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1. Sign our petition

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2. Print the petition for your community

Help us get lots of signatures by printing our petition form and getting your school, university, club or street to sign it - get the printable form here

3. Spread the word online!

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The Evening Times is campaigning for an ‘opt out’ system of organ donation. The aim is to make more organs available and save more lives. Please help by sharing this status with your friends and signing the petition here: http://bit.ly/etoptin

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Sign the Evening Times petition to create an ‘opt out’ organ donor system in Scotland: http://bit.ly/etoptin Please RT!

4. Join the donor register

As well as signing our petition, please consider joining the current 'opt in' donor register if you haven't already done so. To join, simply text 'ETDONATE' to 61611. Texts are charged at the usual standard network rate (Any texts sent in reply are free of charge to the recipient).

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