Nov
09

Indiana Donor Network Driver Recognized on Honor Flight

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I had the honor of joining Indiana Donor Network driver and Vietnam veteran Alan Geiger on an Honor Flight to visit Washington D.C. The Honor Flight is a program dedicated to sending veteran heroes out to visit their memorial for a day at no cost to them. Alan served with the Army, Air Force and […]

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Nov
03

MEET INDIANA’S 2018 FLORAGRAPH HONOREE

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We along with Donate Life Indiana are pleased to announce that Bryan Clauson will represent Indiana donor heroes and their families as a 2018 floragraph honoree on the Donate Life Rose Parade Float in the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Years Day. ABOUT BRYAN Behind his fame as one of the nation’s top short-track, […]

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Oct
25

Two Scars. Two Stories of Survival.

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Eric Passmore knows firsthand the meaning of gratitude and never taking a single day for granted. Around the age of 40, Eric grew abnormally tired. After countless doctor visits and “thousands of tests”, he received a diagnosis: hepatitis C, a diagnosis that required a liver transplant to survive. After spending 15 months on the transplant […]

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Oct
13

TxJet, An Indiana Donor Network Innovation Wins Award

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The narrow time between organ recovery and transplantation can literally mean life or death. The more time that passes between recovery and transplant increases the risk of damage to the organ. This also restricts the geographic distance allowed between the donor and waiting recipient. At Indiana Donor Network, our work is guided by our values […]

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Oct
12

Aces for Organ Donation Awareness

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Since the 5th grade, Jenna has participated and excelled in sports – particularly volleyball, basketball and track. Attending all her sporting events, cheering her on from the sidelines was her Uncle Bobby. “Bobby was the fun uncle and was there every step of the way to support Jenna,” said Trisha Mitchell, Jenna’s mother. Bobby sadly […]

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Oct
06

Giving Back: Fore Life

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It all started in the 8th grade. A simple try out for the middle school football team led to the discovery that Scot Imus had hyperthropic cardiomyopathy. For most of his life, the disease was never a factor, aside from the yearly checkups with his cardiologist. Scot enjoyed a thriving career in politics, family time, […]

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Sep
28

The Ripple Effect: Aftercare Support

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Every part of me believes that when remarkable support is provided to a donor family there is a natural ripple effect that gives them hope and healing on the grief journey. As the manager of the Aftercare Support team at Indiana Donor Network, my primary focus each day is to support donor families by connecting […]

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Sep
27

Finding Hope and Healing at the Indiana Donor Network 5k

posted on September 27th 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments

The Indiana Donor Network Indianapolis 5K was the first event I attended after my brother’s death. I found an advertisement for it on Facebook and immediately knew I had to be there. It had only been two months, I was still fresh in the grieving process, but I had to attend. We didn’t know my […]

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Sep
19

Angel Fund Gala: Bigger and Better Than Ever

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In its fifth year, the Angel Fund Gala presented by VisionFirst was bigger and better than ever. Over 200 donation advocates joined us Saturday, September 9 at the JW Marriott for a night of fun and charitable giving in support of the Angel Fund. The night began with a connect to purpose featuring Gerald Simon who […]

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Sep
09

The Reason Why: Angel Fund Gala

posted on September 9th 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments

For those fortunate enough to receive an organ donated for transplant, they truly have been given the gift of life. Their goal is to stay focused on getting healthy again to honor that gift. The last thing they need to worry about is unexpected burdens that may rob them of their ability to maintain the […]

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