"Pass It On – 4 Minute" was created to reach defensive driving classes in Texas with the donor awareness message. It is shorter in length but retains the breadth of information and enthusiasm of the other videos. It is designed to reach older teens and adults and is an excellent resource for speakers. The video includes footage of Tom Landry and basketball star, Sean Elliot, as well as interviews with transplant recipients and donor family members.
A Spanish version of "Pass It On – 4 Minute" was created to reach Spanish speaking programs throughout Texas. It is designed to reach older teens and adults and is an excellent resource for speakers. The video includes footage of Tom Landry and basketball star, Sean Elliot, as well as interviews with transplant recipients and donor family members.
"Pass It On I", was developed for children ages 8-13 and deals with the subject of organ donation and transplantation in an honest, but non-threatening and kid-friendly way. A "spokes-kid" narrates the video in a classroom setting that incorporates Lisa's story, the story of a 13-year-old liver-lung transplant recipient, and the mother of a 16-year-old who donated his organs after a tragic accident. The video also features legendary Dallas Cowboy Coach Tom Landry and uses sport terms in the story line.
The "Pass It On I" video received a 1st and 2nd place Telly Award (out of 9,500 entries) as well as a 2nd place Communicator Award (out of 2,912 entries).
"Pass It On II" was created in direct response to requests for a visual tool to reach teens preparing to drive, a time when organ and tissue donation is often discussed. The storyline is based on a fictional group of driver's education students with an important assignment. Footage of Coach Tom Landry has been incorporated into the video, as well as an interview with former San Antonio Spurs basketball star, Sean Elliott. Patients waiting for organs, transplant recipients, members of donor families, teens and adults all share their stories, answer frequently asked questions and dispel myths.