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Got the Dot

22,000 Californians await a life-saving organ transplant of which 1,700 reside in Santa Clara County. Among them are children, teachers, and owners of local businesses. By ensuring that more people are registered as organ, eye and tissue donors, more lives can potentially be saved.

Supported by San Jose Vice Mayor, Magdalena Carrasco, Got the Dot serves as an opportunity for local businesses to celebrate patrons who are registered as donors. The pink dot on their driver’s license or ID card provides a discount or a special offer at participating businesses. For those who have not yet registered, this campaign offers an incentive to register and promotes conversations about how donation saves and heals lives.

Read more about the campaign here.

How It Works

  • Find participating businesses on our list below
  • Show proof (pink dot) of donor designation on your license at the point of purchase to receive a special offer
  • If you have not registered as a donor, you can register online or at the DMV
  • Make donation a conversation amongst family and friends

Participating Businesses

Register as a donor and learn more about donation. Join the Got the Dot program as a participating business to show your support for organ and tissue donation.
For more information, please contact Lalaine To.