Join Us As We Celebrate

National Minority Donor Awareness Day (NMDAD)

This day is designed to increase awareness of the need for more organ/tissue donors. The annual observance reaches out to minorities and focuses on the various fears and obstacles associated with donation. The campaign’s goal is to promote healthy living and disease prevention, as well as increase the number of people who sign donor cards, have discussions with their families about their wishes, and become donors. Minority Donor Awareness Day is also aimed at increasing awareness of the behaviors that may lead to the need for transplantation, such as smoking, alcohol and substance abuse, and poor nutrition.

Monday, August 1, 2005

Girard Street Playground

1460 Girard Street, NW

Washington, DC

10:00 am – 3:00 pm

  • Free health screenings
  • Fitness and Cooking demonstrations
  • Educational Information
  • Cultural entertainment

For more information call MOTTEP (202) 865-4888

Co-Sponsored by the City Columbia Heights City Youth Club

Washington, DC

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