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#GiveThanks for the Gift of Life This Holiday Season

Give thanks for the gift of life


Organ, eye, and tissue donation stories connect people across Wyoming. Just one donor can save up to eight people through organ donation and save and heal more than 75 with tissue donation. It’s no wonder so many Wyomingites check Yes to giving the gift of life.

This holiday season, Donate Life Wyoming is embracing gratitude as a way of giving back. Join your friends and family in giving thanks for the special people in your community who are connected to donation and transplantation. From donors to donor families, from recipients to caregivers and medical transplant professionals, let’s spread gratitude together.

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

(Left) "I give thanks to my first donor family who made the most selfless decision a family can make and has given me an additional 26 years," says Camille. (Right) "I give thanks for my donor who has given me eight and a half years to spend with my family and friends," says Janet.

How to Participate:

  1. Go to DonateLifeWyoming.org/GiveThanks to share your gratitude story and photo.
  2. Finish this sentence…”Because of organ, eye and tissue donation, I/We #GiveThanks for…”
  3. Your submission enters you into a drawing for some awesome Donate Life giveaways.

Let’s help Donate Life Wyoming spread gratitude and make someone’s day this holiday season! Check out all the awesome gratitude stories throughout December featured on Donate Life Wyoming’s Facebook page. Remember, if you don’t have the heart symbol on your driver license or state ID, it’s not too late! You can sign up anytime online at DonateLifeWyoming.



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