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.
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Helping Others by Helping Yourself
Now nearly three months into 2020, how many of us have already begun feeling burnt out? “What have you done for you?” asked Michelle Post to more than 400 attendees at Donor Network of Arizona’s (DNA) 2019 “Illuminate” Donation Symposium last August. Followed by, “What can you do to take care of yourself?” It is …
Honoring Gift of Life at Fiesta Bowl Parade
Each year, Donate Life Arizona honors all who are touched by the gift of donation at the Fiesta Bowl Parade. Donor families and recipients walk side-by-side in Donate Life Arizona’s parade segment, showcasing the legacies created through organ, eye and tissue donation. Accompanying these touching stories was a giant balloon of Reggie, the Donor Cactus, …
A Christmas Miracle
After a nomadic, military-family childhood, Jason Burruel and his parents put down roots in the Valley in 1981, and he started high school. Fast forward to April 2016—married with two children—Burruel previously had a quadruple bypass, but it wasn’t enough. Doctors said he needed a new heart. The fear of his children growing up without …