Media is the single biggest influence on public perception of organ, eye and tissue donation. The stories shared by reporters and journalists shine a spotlight on the life-saving and life-healing gifts given and received.
Here, members of the media will find information about Donor Network of Arizona and learn more about donation and transplantation in the Arizona community.
See our most recent blog posts below!
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 …Read More
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 …Read More
In April, Donor Network of Arizona (DNA) held its annual registry challenge, Health Care for Hope. DNA partnered with hospitals and health care organizations throughout the state to encourage Arizonans to register as organ, eye and tissue donors. The results of this year’s challenge were astounding! DNA surpassed its goal of 4,000 donor registrations and …Read More
In March, Reggie the Donor Cactus returned to his role as Donate Life Arizona’s mascot after several months on sabbatical. While his co-workers were happy to see him, they noticed a distinct change in his appearance. Most notably, they commented on his size. “He looks like Reggie the Hulk!” exclaimed one volunteer. “I barely recognized …Read More
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 …Read More