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Celebrating 20 Years: Kelli Luckett Marks a Milestone Anniversary with Indiana Donor Network

Community development coordinator Kelli Luckett is marking a milestone anniversary with Indiana Donor Network. She’s celebrating 20 years with the organization and giving thanks to the passionate volunteers who fill each day with meaning. “At the end of the day, we’re all here for the same mission, and being able to spend time with them has been the most rewarding part,” says Kelli. “They’ve really become part of my family.” Read More »

Talking to Kids About Organ Donation

Talking to Kids About Organ Donation

Written by Mandy Montgomery, donor family advocate How do you tell a child that someone they loved passed away? How do you answer all of their questions? How do you make light of tragedy to a child? Those are just a few of the things our family had to think about and explain to Chris’s niece,  4 nephews, his son, and his step-daughter. When our family found out that Chris Read More »

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Mending Grief Through Advocacy

Volunteering for Indiana Donor Network as a grieving donor family member can mean much more than the act of the volunteer work itself. It oftentimes serves as a source of healing and comfort during a difficult time. Donor families choose advocacy through Indiana Donor Network as a way to help other donor families who have lost a loved one in addition to paying it forward and giving back.  Through advocacy Read More »

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Blog Spotlight: An Advocate Family

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 the decision to become a registered organ donor when he obtained his driver’s license. Our Read More »