Stories of Hope
Ian has been on the transplant waiting list for six years, spending 3.5 hours a week on dialysis to keep his kidneys functioning. He is hopeful for the day he gets the call from his doctor telling him there is a match.
After receiving a double lung transplant on Easter Sunday, Mandy can now keep up with her two children and live each day to the fullest.
Adelaide's husband Josh brought joy and light to others throughout his life. His legacy of helping people continues on in his final act of kindness, becoming a donor.
Sharon gave the gift of sight to two North Carolina women, and provided healing to many more through the gift of tissue.
Sherman explains how quickly his health took a turn for the worse and shares his message to his donor family.
David Miller has experienced the power of organ donation both professionally and personally. David is a funeral director in North Wilkesboro and has seen how donation provides hope to families during their darkest days. David received a liver transplant in 2014.
Keith left behind a legacy as a donor in September 2018. In this story, his daughter Samantha shares her last memory of him and what an easy decision organ and tissue donation was for their family.
Coach William Knight
Coach William Knight spent over three years on dialysis until he received a life-saving kidney transplant in 2012.
Debbie was always a giver, putting others before herself. Fittingly, her last act was donation - saving the lives of others.