By donating your organs after you die, you can save and transform the lives of desperately ill people.

Each donor is precious as fewer than 5,000 people each year in the UK die in circumstances where they can become a donor. While this noble cause would appeal to everyone, it is often considered somewhat of a taboo amongst Asians. The ideal of wholeness of self is particularly important in most Asian cultures and this real taboo is perhaps the major reason why deceased organ donation is not well accepted in most Asian countries.