A portrait of a Steelton organ donor will be featured on a float in the Rose Parade.
Steelton, PA resident and organ donor Ryan Mohn will be honored during the 2020 Rose Parade. After his tragic passing, Ryan was able to save six lives and enhance 150 more through organ and tissue donation.
MACUNGIE, Pa. – The men, women, and children who gave the gift of life were honored Sunday at Bear Creek Mountain Resort in Macungie. More than 200 family members representing 40 donors who gave organs, tissue and corneas were there for the special celebration. Read full article here!
After tragedy brought them together, Carol and Kareem realized they shared a special bond through their faith and the life-saving legacy of organ donation.
Visions 2019: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month When a loved one passes away – and they had registered to be an organ donor — their family is considered a ‘donor family’. Meet donor mom Dawn Ortiz, whose son Richard checked the box to be a donor when he went for his driver’s permit as a teen. […]
There are so many different types of camps for children: sports, drama, art, sleep away or day camps. But there are also “grief camps” designed for children who have experienced the death of a close family member. Find resources on local camps below.
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Gift of Life is celebrating the contributions of volunteer ambassador, board member, and donor mom Cynthia London. Cynthia became connected with Gift of Life 22 years ago when her son Sipho became an organ donor. In Sipho’s heroic last act, he saved six lives. For 22 years, inspired by Sipho’s dream of becoming a teacher, Cynthia […]
On Thursday, May 23, Ellen shared a link on social media recruiting Phillies fans to share their stories on why they deserve financial help. Hundreds of fans braced a tornado warning for the Philadelphia area for a chance to be featured on “The Ellen Show,” including Markita Lewis of Southwest Philly. She insisted she wasn’t playing hooky […]
On Sunday, May 6, 2012, I felt a lump in my throat as I joined the starting line of the Broad Street Run with more than 30,000 strangers. With each stride, I soaked in my surroundings: the drummer happily beating out cool rhythms as runners passed by; the gospel choir along the sidewalk singing joyfully; […]