Leeds younsgters recovering from life-saving surgery will enjoy a special trip to Switzerland.
A group of 12 children who have all had transplants will jet off to the TACKERS International Ski Camp for a week of ski and snow fun.
The annual ski camp, which runs from March 2 to March 9, unites youngsters aged 10 to 16 from around the world who have gone through similar procedures.
The camp in the snowy village of Anzere aims to celebrate their second chance of life.
The children will take part in ski and snowboarding competitions alongside youngsters from Portugal, France, Switzerland, Ireland, Finland, Slovenia, Croatia and Hungary.
Lynne Holt, Transplant Sport trustee and co-ordinator of the UK and Swiss medical team that will be caring for the children, said: “All of these children have experienced near-death situations and long periods of illness.
“They have already climbed a mountain in their quest for life, and with their courage and determination they will enjoy the thrills of skiing.
“Life is very precious and as there is a desperate shortage of organs nationally, we do hope that seeing these amazing youngsters will encourage people to talk to their families about organ donation and sign the NHS Organ Donor Register.”
All the children involved are Transplant Sport athletes.
The charity organises sports and social events for transplant recipients to show the benefits of organ donation.
For more information about how to get on the NHS Organ Donor Register, call 0300 123 23 23 or visit www.organdonation.nhs.uk.
For more about TACKERS, go to www.tackers.org.