Heart Recipient & Recipient Mom
& Esther Gonzalez
A heart transplant saved Jordan’s life.
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Rose FarabeeDonor Wife
As a Donate Life Arizona volunteer, Rose shares
her husband Gary’s story.
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Yvonne PerryDonor Mom
Yvonne’s son, Jason, saved many
lives as an organ and tissue donor.
Read his story >
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Two families, despite living miles apart, are now forever connected by a heart and a song.
This mother of two-year-old identical twins has a pretty convincing reason why you should become an ... Read More
Eric has spent much of his young life in hospitals due to a heart defect. He's passed a lot of the t... Read More
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"It's funny that in the midst of that kind of grief, and that hurt, that you can feel so humbled and... Read More
"It's funny that in the midst of that kind of grief, and that hurt, that you can feel so humbled and proud, and it's probably the proudest moment I've had as a mom." http://ow.ly/dl0r30brLBd ...
Thank you to our ADOT MVD partners for their incredible enthusiasm during National Blue and Green Da... Read More
Thank you to our ADOT MVD partners for their incredible enthusiasm during National Blue and Green Day! Please "vote" for your favorite photo by liking it to help your favorite win the grand prize! Voting will end at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 8....
"I love talking about Scott and what a great guy he was. He taught the kids and I the true meaning ... Read More
"I love talking about Scott and what a great guy he was. He taught the kids and I the true meaning of giving. I volunteer to keep his story and his name alive. Every new registration or person that I can talk to about donation is Scott’s way of saving more than just the one little boy that he helped. It is always emotional for donor families to tell their story, but I know this is what Scott would want. Kaitlin (center) sees the beauty in donation every day by working as a cardiovascular ICU RN. Tyler (l) volunteers with me as often as he can and also talks about his Dad whenever possible." - Christine Castro Eisenfeld (r), donor family member #VolunteerAppreciationWeek...
"Life and health is a gift not all of us get to keep for very long. With organ donors there is hope,... Read More
"Life and health is a gift not all of us get to keep for very long. With organ donors there is hope, life springs from death and people get a second chance. I volunteer for DNA because the greatest hero I never knew was the organ donor who saved my nephew's life. Without him or her my nephew would not be here with us today. This is my way of saying thank you for giving us more memories with him. I've met the most amazing friends here and I hope I can get across to even just one person who might make a difference in someone else's life." - Danika Arce, recipient family member #VolunteerAppreciationWeek...
"I became a living donor in March 2003, when I donated my left kidney to my father, Edward H. Tallab... Read More
"I became a living donor in March 2003, when I donated my left kidney to my father, Edward H. Tallabas. My dad was a double organ transplant recipient. He also received a liver transplant in Jacksonville, FL, in 1999. Both transplants gave my dad an extra twelve years with us before we lost him to pneumonia in February 2015. I became a volunteer with Donate Life Arizona in September 2015, in honor of my father’s memory. I love the relationships that I have made with the other volunteers because of Donate Life Arizona. I look forward to many more years of working with this great organization." - Liv Tallabas, living kidney donor #VolunteerAppreciationWeek...
Ashley Foster will be at Donate Life Day at the Diamondbacks this Sunday to fulfill a lifelong dream... Read More
Ashley Foster will be at Donate Life Day at the Diamondbacks this Sunday to fulfill a lifelong dream of throwing the first pitch at an Arizona Diamondbacks game. She is a two-time intestine and pancreas recipient, and would not be here today without these generous gifts of life. Ashley received her first transplant in November 2008 and her second in April 2016. She is forever grateful to her donors and their families for the selfless choices they made that gave her life. Ashley can now enjoy the little things, like sitting down to dinner with her friends and family, and looks forward to returning to work at Mayo Clinic to give back to the world that has given her so much. Come cheer on Ashley as she throws the first pitch! Only a few days left to purchase tickets to sit with the Donate Life section. www.DonateLifeattheDbacks.org...
"I volunteer with Donor Network of Arizona as their mission runs parallel to my own, and it's all ab... Read More
Twenty years after her heart transplant, 75-year-old Transplant Olympics gold-medalist meets parents of her donor. ow.ly/MRE430bSnh5
Officer Lindsey Bittorf is ready to save a life by donating her kidney to a little boy she just met. ow.ly/pHLm30bOfMn
May is Older Americans Month, so don't let your age stop you from becoming an organ donor! ow.ly/9X0f30bOoyX