1 person could save 8 lives through organ donation
And heal up to 75 lives through tissue donation
When you say “Yes” to the donor registry, you're not just checking a box on your driver license. You’re bridging hope from one life to the next. You’re saving up to eight lives. You’re empowering families to heal. There’s so much power in a “Yes” because it can ripple across time and space forever. By saying “Yes” and joining the donor registry, you are bridging hope from one life to the next.
How organ and tissue donation works
There are nearly 1,500 people waiting for a life-saving organ transplant in Colorado, Wyoming and the United States.
When a registered donor passes away, Donor Alliance meets with the family and medical professionals to help honor the donor’s decision.
A nationwide database quickly identifies the best match for an organ and a transplant recipient.
Donor Alliance helps facilitate the recovery and transportation of the donor’s gifts to transplant centers in a safe and timely manner.
Donor Alliance walks alongside families and honors their loved one’s lifesaving and healing gifts.
Who is Donor Alliance?
You can help save and heal lives.
Our mission is to save and heal lives through organ and tissue donation and transplantation throughout Colorado and most of Wyoming. Donor Alliance honors a person’s decision to give the gift of life by respectfully working with the families of organ and tissue donors and maintaining partnerships with hospitals. Donor Alliance also educates residents in Colorado and Wyoming on the lifesaving benefits of organ and tissue donation. In addition, Donor Alliance manages the Donate Life Colorado and Donate Life Wyoming registries. The registry is a confidential, first-person authorization list of a person’s decision to give the gift life. By registering your decision, you are giving hope to those who are awaiting lifesaving and healing transplants.
Stories of Hope
“We are so grateful to our donor’s family. Because of his gift, I get to kiss a miracle every day.”
“I’m a lucky person and I’m going to do all I can for the rest of my living days to help facilitate as many people getting transplants as possible.”
“I am so completely grateful to the family, who in a time of extreme sadness and grief was willing to show such compassion,”