Donors Are Heroes THE Party
Donors are Heroes annual event, THE Party, is a lively fundraiser with dancing, entertainment and delicious food. The proceeds support programs that raise awareness about organ and tissue donation.
Thank you for celebrating our 20th Anniversary at Donors Are Heroes THE Party – Under the BIG TOP on September 29th!
Relive the event through this photo album and the video below.
For more information, please visit donorsareheroestheparty.com.
Donors Are Heroes
While waiting for his life-saving heart transplant, in the spring of 2000, Don Freeman and his wife Renee learned firsthand about the need for and scarcity of organ donations.
The experience led Don and Renee to form Donors Are Heroes, a volunteer group dedicated to raising public awareness about the importance of becoming an organ and tissue donor.
Funds raised by the group benefit the Gift of Life’s charitable Transplant Foundation, facilitating public education and awareness programs to support donation and transplantation, especially among young people, clergy and multicultural communities.
For information on joining the Donors Are Heroes volunteer group, contact Karen Keener by calling 215-557-8090, or via email.
A festive fundraiser for a good cause, THE Party features dancing, drinks, entertainment and delicious cuisine from the region’s top restaurants. Attendees include many people whose lives have been touched by organ transplant and donation.
You won’t want to miss this exciting event! Stay up to date and find out when tickets are available by following us on social media:
For more information, contact Karen Keener by calling 215-557-8090, or via email.
Interested in being a sponsor or vendor?
Sponsors of THE Party receive special benefits, including tickets to a VIP cocktail party and acknowledgement on our Wall of Heroes
Vendors who want to donate services to THE party can contact Karen Keener at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Show your support
You can always support Donors are Heroes by making a financial donation. Your generosity helps educate the community about the critical need for organ and tissue donors.