A Legacy of Life: Celebrating Logan Boulet’s Impact on Organ Donation Awareness

What does the Logan Boulet Effect truly mean?

Logan Boulet’s story is indeed a powerful and inspiring one. Born on March 2, 1997, Logan Boulet became widely known for his selfless decision to become an organ donor. Tragically, he lost his life in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash on April 7th, 2018. However, his choice to register as an organ donor saved the lives of six people and had a profound impact on organ donation awareness across the nation.


The #LoganBouletEffect: A Legacy of Life

The #LoganBouletEffect refers to the significant increase in organ donor registrations that followed Logan’s story. Canadians were moved by his generosity and chose to follow his example, leading to a surge in organ donor registrations across the country and beyond.

Honouring a Hero: Green Shirt Day

In honour of Logan Boulet and the other victims of the Humboldt Broncos crash, April 7 has been designated as Green Shirt Day. On this day, people wear green shirts to raise awareness about organ donation and encourage others to register and tell their family.

Logan Boulet’s legacy continues to inspire acts of kindness and compassion, fostering a greater understanding of the importance of organ donation. It’s a testament to the positive impact one individual’s decision can have on the lives of many others. On this special day, we remember and celebrate Logan Boulet’s birthday and express gratitude for the lasting impact he has had on organ donation awareness.


Today, we are asking Canadians to take the simple step of registering as organ donors, it only takes minutes. We can save more lives, but we need to do this together. Register Today and Let’s Keep the #LoganBouletEffect going. Simply click on the link https://greenshirtday.ca/register/ find your province, click register now. Two minutes to save lives.

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