By writer to www.fox5vegas.com
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — Lights FC is teaming up with Nevada Donor Community to boost consciousness in regards to the significance of registering as an organ donor.
The crew will put on a specially-designed commemorative jersey at their residence match on Friday, Oct. 8.
The black jersey options varied organs in neon colours, it additionally has the Nevada Donor Community brand and #DonateLife throughout the chest. The underside of the entrance of the jersey has a message written in Spanish that interprets to “be a hero,” and “enroll in the present day.”
“This is a vital trigger, and one which we’re proud to assist increase native consciousness for,” stated Lights FC Proprietor and CEO Brett Lashbrook in a press release. “We sincerely hope that this initiative begins necessary conversations inside households and causes followers to study extra in regards to the 591 fellow Nevadans which can be presently ready for a second probability by means of organ donation.”
The Nevada Donor Community stated the necessity for native residents to register as organ donors is necessary, particularly inside multicultural communities the place various matches are wanted to make sure success in transplantations.
You may register to turn into a donor at Cashman Area in the course of the sport or on-line at RegisterMe.org.
The crew stated 1,000 tickets to the match on Oct. Eight can be donated to native healthcare staff and their households.
Native healthcare professionals can redeem their tickets at LightsFC.com/NDN.
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