Hundreds of you have pledged your support for our fight by signing our online petition. and MSPs have also backed our fight.
And we have now made it even easier for more of our readers to get involved.
There is now a printable version of the petition available on our website at: www.eveningtimes.co.uk
We need as many of you as possible to distribute it in community centres, churches, mosques, leisure centres and public places so we can achieve our target of 10,000 signatures.
Three people die every day waiting for a transplant.
Major charities, including the British Heart Foundation and Kidney Research UK, believe the only way to address the current shortage is to change to a system of presumed consent.
So we need your help to save more lives.
Tony Carlin, editor of the Evening Times, said: "The Scottish Government has done a superb job in changing rules and regulations to encourage more donors.
"However, many more donors are needed. We firmly believe switching to 'opt out' will transform and save many more lives every year.
"We have been bowled over by the response to our campaign so far.
"By offering a printable version, as well as our e-petition online, we hope people will take our cause out into their communities and get even more signatures to push for this vital legislation."
We are also looking for your stories about organ donation.
l Do you know someone whose life was saved by a transplant?
l Or someone who is still waiting?
Call 0141 302 6535 or send an e-mail to: caroline.wilson@ eveningtimes.co.uk