Giving Life a Second Chance
Through Organ & Tissue Donation

Wednesday, April 19th 2017

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Hearts of Gold Delaware


Time & Place

6:00-8:00 pm
Bear Library; 101 Governor’s Place, Bear, DE 19701

Hearts of Gold Delaware Invites You To An Evening of Creative Self-Expression. Together we will use collage to illustrate and explore our grief experiences.

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More Information

Jacquelyn Kates | 215-557-8090 x1127 | Email | Map

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Donor Families, Organ Donors


Donate Life Day at Penn State University-Hazleton Campus


Time & Place

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Upper Butler Learning Resource Center 76 University Drive, Hazleton, PA

“Threads of Love” memorial quilts display

Meet local transplant recipients and donor family members

Sponsored by Gift of Life Donor Program and Northeast PA Coalition for Organ and Tissue Donation

Contact Susan Koomar at or 267-421-7958 for more information.

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More Information

Susan Koomar | 267-421-7958 | Email | Map

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Youth Outreach, Donor Registry, Volunteer Programs, Media Resources


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It’s easy to add the donor designation to your driver's license or state I.D. card. In Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Sign up today!

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Giving Life a Second Chance

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Since 1974, Gift of Life Donor Program has helped hundreds of thousands of patients through organ and tissue donation.

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Share Your Story

Inspire. Advocate. Share your story...

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Gift of Life works tirelessly to rewrite the stories for the more than 5,600 people in our region waiting for their second chance at life. The gift of organ and tissue donation truly can change someone's life and rewrite their story. How has the Gift of Life rewritten your story? Share with us.


Joe's Story

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Joe thought his days of playing soccer were over when he was diagnosed with heart disease and needed a life-saving heart transplant to survive. Now, at 18, he is back on the field and living up to his nickname "The Blur" all thanks to his hero, an organ donor.

Click here to read Joe's story.

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