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.
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National Donate Life Month
Donate Life Arizona celebrates National Donate Life Month to help encourage Arizonans to register as organ, tissue and cornea donors and to celebrate those that have saved lives through the gift of donation.
National Blue & Green Day
We recognize National Blue and Green Day—the colors of donation. People across the U.S. are encouraged to wear blue and green in solidarity to promote the success of transplantation while calling attention to the ongoing need for people to register themselves as donors.
Donate Life Day at the Diamondbacks
The D-backs welcome you to the 13th Annual Donate Life Day on Sunday, April 14, as they take on the San Diego Padres. Come show your support for donation and cheer on the D-backs! Kids are able to run the bases after the game! www.DonateLifeattheDbacks.org
From the Heart: Celebrating National Donor Day
Not all heroes wear capes, but Jared Joseph “Bear” Griffith is proof that all of us have the power to save and heal lives through donation. In the fall of 2017, at just 10 years old, Bear gave the gift of life when his asthma turned fatal. Although he was too young to have registered …
Why doctors WILL NOT let you die if you’re a registered organ donor
What’s in it for a doctor to deny a patient proper care if they knew she or he signed up as an organ, tissue and cornea donor? It’s a deeply rooted concern that anyone personally or professionally connected to donation hears on a regular basis—from a broad range of ages and cultures. Some skeptics cite …
2018 Fiesta Bowl Parade
The sun finally begins to rise on an early December morning. Dancers start to line up, the sun glinting off their sparkling pompoms. Volunteers begin raising a massive inflatable cactus balloon to float it down Central Avenue. Recipient and donor families sift through green and blue posters to hold when they walk proudly to represent …