We have worked with thousands of donor families. So many of them have selflessly shared their stories with us—and we’ve seen firsthand that donation can bring great comfort during a time of terrible grief. By continuing to share these stories, we hope to save more lives through organ and tissue donation across Alaska, Montana, North Idaho, and Washington.
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We are always eager to share more stories of lives touched by donation. Please click on a link below to submit your story to LifeCenter Northwest.
We use these stories to help promote organ and tissue donation for educational purposes. We will always be respectful of you and your family and will only share what you are comfortable with. Thank you for helping us spread the life-saving message of donation.
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Rachel’s Legacy: A Gift that Keeps on Giving
Rachel’s Legacy: A Gift that Keeps on Giving Rachel Givens truly lived up to her name, giving everything she had to those around her…
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