Addison Parker lives on in many lives, including Grant’s.
Now, she is able to see the world around her and play with her grandchildren.
He lives on not only through the three lives he saved, but also through his friends and family.
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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Donate Life Day at the Capitol
National Donate Life Month Begins
National Donate Life Month (NDLM) features an entire month of activities to help encourage Americans to register as organ, eye and tissue donors and to honor those that have saved lives through the gift of donation.
National Donate Life Blue & Green Day
On National Donate Life Blue & Green Day, the public is encouraged to wear blue and green and to engage in sharing the Donate Life message and promoting the importance of registering as an organ, eye and tissue donor.
Happy Valventine’s Day!
We are pumped for Valventine’s Day! Are you? On Feb. 14 we’ll be celebrating National Donor Day. This is a time to focus on all types of donation, which can save, heal and renew the lives of so many. We recognize how organ, eye, tissue, blood, platelet and bone marrow donations all play a role …
Organ, eye and tissue donation workers qualify for COVID-19 vaccine
Some employees from Arizona’s federally designated organ procurement organization qualify for the COVID-19 vaccination as the state continues its rollout in phase 1B. Organ, ocular and tissue recovery has continued in Arizona, even in a global pandemic, contributing to the 10th consecutive recording-breaking year of the number of organ donors and total organs donated in …
LifeSaver: Leslie Brown, RN, Banner – University Medical Center Tucson
An Arizona native, Leslie Brown played softball for Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale. The prevailing spirit of teamwork she enjoyed so thoroughly as a teenage athlete ultimately led her to a career in health care. Today, Brown is a mother of two and an RN in the emergency department at Banner – University Medical …