High School Challenge FAQ
Our High School Challenge is a chance for Kentucky students to learn about the importance of organ, cornea and tissue donation and share that message with others in their schools and communities. Club chapters will do different activities to educate others about donation and encourage them to register as donors. Chapters will compete against each other to register the most donors! 1st place winners receive $1,000, 2nd place $500, 3rd $250, and there will be prizes for just meeting your goal!
The competition will run October 14th through November 5th. This runs through Halloween and National Donor Sabbath. Our competition theme this year is color/90s patterns. Get creative with your marketing!
There’s a list of activities you can do. The more interactive the activity, the more points you receive. You can also make your own events and get points assigned accordingly. Click to see an example of the Score Card.
Yes, students 15 and older can express their wishes to be an organ, cornea and tissue donor by joining the Donate Life Registry. A learner’s permit or driver’s license is not necessary to register as a donor.