In an effort to raise awareness for organ donation and for the 10,000 New Yorkers waiting for life-saving organ transplants, we have been performing spontaneous ("flash") lines of people in populated, public spaces! Thousands of New Yorkers are waiting every day for a chance to live and we’re here to do something about it!
We invite you to be a part of one of our upcoming stunts. (See dates/times/locations below.) Take a break from work or lounging in the park, grab a friend or coworker, and join us for a fun, easy way to help generate great attention for the cause! No training required – just bring yourself!
What is a Flash Line?
Think flash mob with a twist. At a designated time and place (which we pre-organize!) participants quickly create a “flash” line in a populated area of the city. Participants stand in line portraying a sense of aggravation at waiting for something. Signs are held by members of the line explaining to those walking by exactly why we hate "The Wait". Thousands of New Yorkers are waiting every day for a chance to live and we’re here to do something about it!
For a better understanding of flash lines, check out this video from our first stunt in Times Square: Join the Fight Against the Wait