"Share Your Life" is the theme of a new 32-cent stamp to encourage more organ and tissue donations.

The new multicolored stamp features an abstract computerized drawing of two intertwined figures, hands reaching inside one another and touching each other's heart. The words "Organ & Tissue Donation" and "Share Your Life" appear beneath the image.The stamp was first unveiled Aug. 5 in a special ceremony as part of the 1998 National Transplant Games at Ohio State University.

"This stamp can save lives," said J.T. Weeker of the U.S. Postal Service, a recipient of kidney and pancreas transplants. "The awareness it can create will help prompt people to donate. And that's what we need to do."

For more information about organ donations, call the United Network for Organ Sharing, a non-profit organization, at 1-800-355-SHARE.

During September, the U.S. Postal Service will provide ballots at all post offices to determine the 15 new stamps honoring the 1970s as part of the Celebrate the Century program.

Stamps from each decade of the 1900s comprise the special program. Stamps for the decades of the 1900s, 1910s and 1920s are now available at your local post office. The 1930s stamps will be released in September.