Houston Donate Life Texas 2nd Chance Run Race Day Tips

To ensure that race day is a smooth and enjoyable experience for you and your family, we put together some quick facts and tips for you:

  1. Packet pickup at the Hilton Post Oak Houston, located at 2001 Post Oak Blvd. is highly encouraged. We will be there on Thursday, April 20 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. and again Friday, April 21 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Three Celebrations Honor Life of Young Organ Donor

Just five months ago, in November 2016, Aaron Singleton died unexpectedly after an injury incurred during his high schooll football game. 

Donate Life Month: Why Pinwheels?

Everywhere you look this April, you see pinwheels. They are whimsical, colorful and fun – but they are also meaningful. 

Donate Life America chose the concept of the pinwheel for the 2017 National Donate Life Month artwork. A pinwheel evokes various images and meanings, but the strongest association revolves around opportunity and energy. It is symbolic of an instrument that turns obstacles into opportunities. The pinwheel’s ability to capture and pass on energy parallels one’s potential to make LIFE possible. 

Houston City Hall Lights Up Blue and Green to Highlight


Houston City Hall went blue and green this weekend as a symbol of the Bayou City’s support for organ, eye and tissue donation as a way to save lives. The downtown building will light up again tonight, Monday, April 10 as part of LifeGift’s National Donate Life Month celebrations.


Monday, April 10


Lives intersected through the ultimate gift



Four families will join LifeGift plus representatives from Baylor Scott & White Baylor All Saints Medical Center – Fort Worth and Cook Children’s Hospital to celebrate the gift of organ donation.  Aaron’s family donated his organs in November 2016 after a tragic event at a local high school football game took Aaron’s life. The Singleton family lives in Burleson, Texas.



Tuesday, April 4 at 10 a.m.  


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LifeGift Celebrates the Ripple Effect of Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation During National Donate Life Month

Houston, Texas, April 3, 2017 – LifeGift, the federally-designated organ and tissue recovery agency, which offers hope to individuals needing transplants in 109 Texas counties in Southeast, North and West Texas, will celebrate lives saved and legacies of those who gave during National Donate Life Month this April.                                                                       

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Evan Lacombe’s Legacy: Translating Donation into HOPE

The stories of hope featured in LifeGift’s annual report/calendar are translated into Spanish each year to reach our Hispanic community. Since nearly 60 percent of those waiting for a lifesaving transplant are Hispanic, communicating the need for organ and tissue donors in Spanish is crucial.

GlobalSpeak Translations, a well-known and reputable translation company, especially in the technical energy industry, helps us make this possible. 

High Schools Embrace Organ and Tissue Donation

LifeGift is seeing an upswing in the number of high schools across its service area wanting to learn more about organ, eye and tissue donation.

Within the first three months of 2017, numerous schools from across Houston, Lubbock, Fort Worth and Amarillo have invited us to speak and host registration drives to help educate young minds about the power of donation. 

Toadbucket Car Show

2nd Chance Run Packet Pickup (Houston)


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