Addison Parker lives on in many lives, including grant’s.
Now, she is able to drive, paint and see the beauty of a sunset.
Their son and brother saved three lives through his gift.
people have said "yes" to hope and generosity by registering as organ, eye and tissue donors in Arizona.About Donation Be a Donor
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We challenge ourselves and others every day to realize Arizona’s potential to save and improve lives.Learn More About Us
New Volunteer Training
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for Donor Network of Arizona, please join us at our Phoenix office for volunteer training. Food will be provided. There will also be a virtual meeting for those who cannot attend in person. Contact Ashley Siegel at Ashley.Siegel@dnaz.org for more information.
If you would like to learn the best practices for sharing your donation story publicly or with the media, please join us at our Phoenix office for speaker training.
Tackle Trauma 5K Run/Walk
The Arizona Trauma Association presents the Tackle Trauma 5K Run/Walk on Super Bowl Sunday. To join, please visit aztracc.org/tackletrauma5k.
Fiesta Bowl Parade
It may have rained on our Fiesta Bowl parade but that didn’t stop the volunteers and staff of Donate Life Arizona from having a good time! On Dec. 31, Donate Life Arizona participated for the sixth time in the annual Fiesta Bowl parade. 65 volunteers walked the event with posters recognizing themselves as either a …
The 30th Anniversary Blue and Green Gala
Donor Network of Arizona (DNA) and its partners gathered to celebrate 30 years of saving and healing lives during the 30th Anniversary Blue and Green Gala on Nov. 11, 2016. The donation process in Arizona is an intricate program that relies on the support of many stakeholders all across the state. None of this work …
DNA Champions New Eye Tissue Process
March is National Eye Donor Month! During the month of March, increased attention is called to donors who have given the gift of sight and recipients whose vision has been restored by a transplant. In 2015, Arizonans gave the gift of sight to more than 1,000 people through the generosity of eye donation. Donor Network of Arizona …