Donate Life Texas recently announced its 2016 delegates for the Donate Life Rose Parade Float.
When the call went out to the Fort Worth Ambassadors of Hope requesting 12 people to help cook a hot lunch for families residing at the Ronald McDonald House in Fort Worth, the slots were filled almost immediately!
At the age of 18 years old, David Swearingen found himself in need of a kidney transplant. Diagnosed with glomerulonephritis, an inflammation of the tiny filters in the kidneys, doctors said a transplant was his best option. That is when he met his transplant coordinator, Carolyn Olivarez, at Wilford Hall Medical Center on Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.
Thank you to our Genesys Works interns, Cecilio Ruiz and Christian Bojorquez, who will be leaving us soon to attend college. Both of these young men have been with us since last August, learning on-the-job skills that will help them succeed later in life.
“LifeGift is a reflection of our community,” are words often spoken by Kevin Myer, president and CEO.
At LifeGift, we have staff from a variety of multicultural backgrounds, including African-American, Asian, Central and South American, and Middle Eastern, to name just a few.
LifeGift continues to drive performance through expertise, dual advocacy and fiscal strength by expanding our reach into the community. At mid-year, we have already helped transplant 415 organs from the many situations where LifeGift assisted in the coordination of critical organ donation and transplantation events.
The opportunity to save lives through organ and tissue donation and to offer hope to so many is one that LifeGift takes seriously and considers a privilege. We are fortunate to meet selfless donor families, grateful recipients and many others who are still waiting for their lifesaving gift.
The LifeGift Communications Department and Balcom Agency are proud to announce that they have received three awards for outstanding work in public relations.
Are you looking to do something memorable this summer? The summertime is the best time to transform your living room into a movie theater or have a backyard movie party. This is a great time to show your family, friends and neighbors a great movie about the gift of life.
Surgical teams at Houston Methodist Hospital and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center worked hand-in-hand with LifeGift to create history in the Texas Medical Center on Friday, May 22, 2015.