Stories of Hope
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.
Before Jennifer Rohe became ill, she considered herself to be an active young mother raising her toddler son. On evenings and weekends, she enjoyed family time on hikes and trips around the Pacific Northwest. In November 2017, Jennifer gave birth to her new beautiful baby girl. Things seemed fine initially – she slept well, had no […]
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 volunteering to make sure a new student could find his bus. He enjoyed playing outside and was just starting to learn how to play hockey. […]
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 she can remember she was always told that “folks in our family just don’t live very long, as kidney disease runs in the family.” That […]
Peleiupu “Leo” Leiatau was a gentle giant at 6-foot-2, and though he seemed intimidating at first glance, he always went out of his way to say hello to anyone he didn’t know. He had the innate ability to make something out of nothing – whether it was cooking or learning to play a song just by […]