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How to Volunteer
Volunteers are the driving force behind Gift of Life Donor Program's community outreach and education efforts.
Volunteering with Gift of Life Donor Program
To fill out a Volunteer Application, please click here.
*If you are not in our coverage area (PA/NJ/DE), we encourage you reach out to your local Organ Procurement Organization and volunteer!
Nothing expresses the power of donation and transplantation like the personal testimonials of those who have lived the experience first-hand. We need your story to help save lives!
Gift of Life Donor Program is fortunate to have an extensive network of volunteers throughout the eastern half of Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware. They include transplant recipients and patients, donor family members and friends--all of whom are dedicated to educating the community about organ and tissue donation and transplantation.
Each year, volunteers help spread the word by participating in a variety of ways, including:
- Health fairs and community events
- Presentations at schools, rotary clubs, etc.
- Public speaking programs
- Faith-based programs
Be a part of our volunteer group! For more information, email Rashida Brooks, Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com.
Giving Life a Second Chance
Since 1974, Gift of Life Donor Program has helped hundreds of thousands of patients through organ and tissue donation.
Gift of Life Family House
Lodging & Support for Transplant Families
Thousands of patients come to Philadelphia hospitals every year needing life-saving organ transplants. Many come from out of state or travel great distances. Family House is a refuge for patients and their families who are on this journey.
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 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.