Matt and Sarah Scroggy
On July 28, 2009, Matt and Sarah underwent surgery at The Ohio State University Medical Center so that Matt could receive the kidney he so badly needed. LEARN MORE.
“Children of Lifebanc” is a unique way for children to become involved in the Lifebanc mission.
Organ, eye and tissue donors from Northeast Ohio saved more lives in 2017 than ever before | Jan, 12 2018
418 people were saved from organ donors in Northeast Ohio last year.
Bridge to Life, a partner who specializes in preservation solution for the transportation of organs, has sponsored the new Gallery of Hope at Lifebanc.
P.J.’s life was thrown into uncertainty after hurting his leg. His family was given a devastating diagnosis: P.J. had a cancerous tumor on his leg.
"... to my donor and her family – words cannot express the appreciation I have for this incredible gift. With a grateful heart, I say ‘thank you’ to all who have made this possible for me.”
Lifebanc celebrates blue and green day by placing pinwheels in the front lawn. The pinwheels represents the donors of 2016 and their gifts of life.
A record number of Northeast Ohioans became organ, eye and tissue donors in 2016, Lifebanc announced Wednesday. Those organ, eye and tissue donors helped save and heal the lives of a record number of people in Northeast Ohio and beyond.
The Legacy of Life Gala will celebrate the hundreds of thousands of lives that have been saved and healed in Northeast Ohio in the last 30 years and honor the thousands who choose to give the gift of life.
A week long observance designed to reach multicultural communities about the importance of being a registered organ, eye & tissue donor.
Karen had been dealing with liver disease since 1994, but became critical in 2008. She was told that only a liver transplant would save her.