“Josh was adamant that we knew he was an organ donor and that he had it indicated on his Driver’s License… and in the end, it made our decision so much easier knowing that we were carrying out his wishes”
Karen Braswell, mother of donor Josh
Now that you are a registered donor, the final and most important step is to make sure your family and close friends know that you are an Organ Donor.
This will ensure that your wishes will be carried out, as well as make this decision for your family, knowing that Organ Donation is a part of the legacy you want to leave behind.
Often, the circumstances are time-critical and your decision, as well as family awareness will expedite this process and avoid any confusion. There are resources and information available on this website that can provide guidance for conversation and discussion with your family and friends regarding Organ Donation.
Say Yes to Becoming an Organ Donor
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Introducing Our New Donor Family Quilts Feature.
2016 Celebration of Life Picnic pictures have been uploaded to Shutterfly. An extra special thanks to Steve Gardner, donor dad, who was our photographer
We Are Proud to Introduce our NEW Series of POWERFUL STORIES.
A Donor's Story
August 18, 1988 - November 27, 2009
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A Recipient’s Story
Personal accounts from organ recipients who have been given a second chance at life.
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A Story of Spirit
Testimony from donor families and recipients for giving life a second chance through organ donation.
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