Jan
10

Driven2Save Lives Expands Into Dirt Track Racing In Honor of Bryan Clauson

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TULSA, Okla. – Indiana Donor Network announced today it is teaming up with Clauson-Marshall Racing to promote organ, tissue and eye donation and transplantation through Driven2SaveLives®. The campaign, which launched in 2016 around the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, is now expanding into dirt track racing with the hopes of registering fans to become […]

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Dec
29

Driven2Save Lives Campaign Takes Home the Gold

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Before the year comes to a close, we have some exciting news to share! Driven2SaveLives, one of the highlights of 2016 at Indiana Donor Network, is now a gold winner for best marketing campaign from the eHealthcare Leadership Awards. The distinction puts Driven2SaveLives among health care’s best websites and digital communications. In April 2016, Indiana […]

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Nov
11

Meet our 2016 Donate Life Rose Parade Float honorees

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We are so proud to introduce you to our 2016 Donate Life Rose Parade Float honorees. Meet Kirby Cochran and Tracy Driscoll. Here are their remarkable stories. Tracy Driscoll, Floragraph Honoree Tracy Driscoll was a loving mother of three, a dedicated friend and an overall great person. She was a social butterfly and she always […]

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Oct
31

Celebrating the Gift of Life: 5K Season Recap

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Indiana Donor Network hosted its final 5K of the year this month, ending our most successful 5K season to date. The result: Events in three Indiana cities, approximately 1,100 participants and $70,000 raised for donation education and donor families. The Indiana Donor Network 5Ks are run/walks and 1-mile family fun routes meant to celebrate the […]

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Oct
21

Blog Spotlight: An Advocate Family

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On Jan. 16, 2015, Indiana Donor Network entered our lives. Our 21-year-old son, Cody, was in the hospital and doctors said there was nothing else they could do to save him. That’s when our angels at Indiana Donor Network stepped in to give us support, resources and guidance in our darkest, life-changing moments. Cody made […]

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Sep
19

National DMV Appreciation Week

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For the first time ever, motor vehicle departments (DMVs/BMVs) across the U.S. are being recognized for their role in the donation process with their own appreciation week. Donate Life America and Donate Life state teams have established this week (Sept. 18-24, 2016 in Indiana) as National DMV Appreciation Week. “Ninety-nine percent of Indiana’s registered donors […]

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Aug
23

Coping with Milestone Grief

posted on August 23rd 2016 in Rose Bowl with 0 Comments

The anniversary of a loved one’s death can be more difficult to bear than grieving people realize. In fact, many dread the day. Anniversaries are meant to be celebrated with family and friends. But the anniversary of a loved one’s death is far from a celebration. I once heard a grieving fiancé describe the anniversary […]

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Jul
29

A Day in the Life of a Vital Link Coordinator

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How many people can truly say they love their job? Doesn’t everyone hope to find a job they are passionate about? Don’t we all strive to work for a company that we believe in? Kim Hughes-Jobe found that job when she joined Indiana Donor Network nearly five years ago as a clinical support coordinator in […]

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Jul
11

The Latest on Zika

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Earlier this month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced $25 million in funding to help protect Americans from the Zika virus. Concerns about Zika and its potential for contributing to microcephaly (an infant born with a smaller than normal brain and significant related disabilities) in newborns and guillaine barre (a neurologic disease or […]

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