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
We make the most of life through the gift of organ and tissue donation.
We challenge ourselves and others every day to realize Arizona’s potential to save and improve lives.Learn More About Us
A new view: Eye Donation Month
Eye Donation Month is observed each November to celebrate the restoration of sight, raise awareness about cornea donation and transplantation and to honor selfless donors that have given the gift of sight.
Donation and Indigenous Communities
Native American Heritage Month, recognized every November, is a time dedicated to honoring and celebrating the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and contributions of Native Americans. It serves as an opportunity to increase awareness about the histories, struggles, and triumphs of Indigenous peoples, both past and present.
The gift of donation
Almost 104,000 people in the United States need an organ transplant. * Nearly 2,000 of them live in Arizona. * The numbers are staggering, yet there is plenty of hope to work save their lives.
*Data as of Oct. 31, 2023