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.
Kaden Hollis was born on March 7, 2005 to Cindie and Bobby Hollis. He was a cuddly baby with big brown eyes and a full head of hair. Just a … Read More
When Maggie found out she had liver cancer and needed a transplant to survive, it was difficult to fathom because she had always been a very healthy, active and independent … Read More
Johnathan Sim spent his life helping those in need. Working for an international relief and development organization, he improved the lives of thousands of children all over the world. Needless … Read More
Karsten Weathersby was enjoying a carefree life filled with friends, sports, and video games when things suddenly began to change. He noticed his body growing weaker with each day until … Read More
When Jovoni Jones was just 7 years old he was diagnosed with Auto-Immune Hepatitis. Bouts of high fever, jaundice, fatigue, and several hospital stays would determine that Jovoni’s liver was … Read More
Bryce was a vivacious 6-year-old boy, who was well loved by all his family, friends, teachers, and classmates. He loved school and always helped out others in his class; even … Read More
Donna Mullin of Shepherd, Montana, is 60 years old and has recently completed her second kidney transplant checkup at the University of Washington. Everything looks excellent. For as long as … Read More
Ken Price was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) when he was just 12 months old. His parents were informed that it was unlikely their son would live past age 10. … Read More
Cole Baldwin’s favorite number was 13. It was always the number on his baseball jersey, and it also happened to be the day that he unexpectedly died—just weeks short of … Read More
You could always find Bronson Parsons enjoying life to the fullest in the great outdoors. Born and raised in Montana, Bronson was an avid outdoorsman and adventurer. He loved hunting, … Read More
BJ Miller was an all-American boy: scholar, athlete, sports lover, football fan, devoted son. With his dazzling smile and caring heart, he was a big star in the small town … Read More