SAY YES TO DONATION AND SAVE LIVES!

SAY YES TO DONATION AND SAVE LIVES!

After being on the waiting list for more than a month, Lella received a new liver at just seven months old. Now an active, healthy and exceptionally happy little girl, Lella plays t-ball, swims and loves to read.

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Saying Yes to Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation Saves Lives

By signing up to the Donate Life Colorado Donor Registry, you can be someone’s hero. One heroic choice can save and heal lives.

Donate Life Colorado Statistics

one donor can save and heal more than 75 lives through tissue donation.

Donate Life Colorado Statistics

one donor can save the sight of 2 individuals through eye donation.

Donate Life Colorado Statistics

67% of Coloradans have signed up to be organ, eye and tissue donors.

Around 1,500 people in Colorado are waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant.

Donate Life Colorado Statistics

one donor can save up to eight lives through organ donation.

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Joseph

Tissue Recipient / Littleton, CO

“I really want to pay it forward,” said Joseph. “I want to pass this tremendous gift on to others.”

In 2011, Joseph nearly lost his upper arm to a progressive giant cell tumor. Having enjoyed an active life full of travel, fishing and adventure, the prospect of losing his ability to do what he loved was terrifying.

Initially Joseph’s tumor was removed without risk to his arm; but just six months after it was removed, the tumor came back. Although it was non-cancerous, it was aggressive. To avoid amputation, Joseph’s doctors recommended replacing a large portion of Joseph’s upper arm with donated bone. The transplant allowed Joseph’s doctors to save his arm, and ultimately, also restore his active quality of life.

Now, a passionate advocate for organ, eye and tissue donation, Joseph is an active volunteer for Donor Alliance, the Limb Preservation Foundation and Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center.