More than 500 people came out to attend and participate in the second anual Stepping 4 Life Greek Step Show(click to see pictures from the event). The show featured several dance groups, Greek Sororities and Fraternities displayed their talent and creativity with step routines and hearts were touched by the Mission Moments. The Mission Moments shared stories of donation, transplantation and the need for registered donors.
The Rose Family: Barbara Rose, a kidney recipient who received a donation from her daughter, Denise. Barbara's granddaughter, Arianna Rose is a heart valve transplant recipient who is alive today because of the gift of tissue from a deceased donor.
Za-non Miller, also a kidney recipient from his mother, shares that as he was to begin Kent State University, undiagnosed health issues side tracked him for an entire summer.
Wonn Ellis is a cornea transplant recipients and tells how just looking at her children was impossible before her transplants.
Stepping 4 Life is a Greek Step Show in which students showcased their talents as representatives of the African American fraternities and sororities. The purpose of the step show is to bring awareness about the need for more African American organ, eye, and tissue donors.
College students enthusiastically share their views and thoughts about giving the Gift of Life and joining the Ohio Donor Registery. Each Greek organization adopted a donation-related cause and tribute their step performance to those whose lives have been touched by donation.