Supporting Living Organ Donors Program

A living organ donor is someone who donates a kidney or partial liver to another person – usually a relative or close friend – who has end-stage kidney disease or liver failure. This program helps with the financial stress of recovering from donating an organ.

About the program

Read about the program and why it's important. 

Taking part

See who's eligible and talking to your employer. 


See what leave and out-of-pocket expenses you can claim and how to claim. 


Supporting Living Organ Donors Program Guidelines

This publication guides donors and their employers on the Supporting Living Organ Donors Program. It has information on the Program, including how to claim and what to include in your application.
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