Participate / Become a Volunteer

Gift of Life has many volunteer opportunities. We offer a trained speakers bureau of recipients, their families, donor families and living donors. Gift of Life needs volunteer support from high school students and civic leaders who would like to bring awareness to their school or work place.

Our Transplant Mentors are trained volunteers who provide encouragement and support to new transplant recipients, living donors, those waiting for a transplant and their families.

Throughout the year volunteers are welcome to serve on a committee, assist with events or lend a hand in the Gift of Life office. Don’t rule out simple ways to help, because you can make a difference.

2017 Volunteers of the Year

Dave Jeter Keith Anderson Volunteer Party

Dave Jeter (above right) is the first recipient of the Keith Anderson Hope Award (above left) which recognizes an individual who embraces the value of the Transplant Mentors program. Created under Keith’s leadership the program provides a ray of hope to transplant recipients, family members and living donors. Dave is a heart recipient and former Gift of Life Board Member and his vision for the Transplant Mentors program has been a great service and asset to the community. Thank you Dave!

Karen Swope

Karen Swope was honored with the Goodyear Service Award. For many years she worked closely with Dan Auman of Auman Mack. Her design contributions include: Joy of Living newsletter, GoSeeDo invitation, Life Savers brochure, Transplant Mentors rack cards, business cards, stationary, website design, only to name a few. She has developed a great image for Gift of Life. Thank you Karen!

Jerri Carroll

Jerri Carroll received the Michael Ravis Leadership Award for her impact with the Life Savers high school program. This award is presented annually by Diane Ravis in memory of her late husband Michael who was a community leader and transplant recipient. Jerri truly embraces the leadership qualities as a classroom speaker. As a donor mother, Jerri shares her story about Jarrod who became an organ donor at the age of 15. She always says there is a “silver lining” as Jarrod lives on in others. Thank you Jerri!

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