Community Programs

Workplace Partnerships for Life

Support Organ and Tissue Donation at Your Office

Are you a local business owner or employee that wants to help save and heal lives in your community? Then we’d love to have you join our Workplace Partnership for Life program! Designed to encourage and support organizations to educate their employees, customers and community about the lifesaving benefits of organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation.

With more than 100,000 people nationwide waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant and millions more in need of healing tissue transplants, the need is urgent. Becoming a Workplace Partner is easy and rewarding because engaged, educated and empowered businesses and hospitals are valued community partners in the donation and transplantation community helping to save lives!

Ways to be a Workplace Partner

(must activate with one meaningful way)

Display one of our window clings in your business’ front window.
Participate as an individual or team in a Donor Alliance signature event.
Display National Donate Life Month materials.
Display Donate Life brochures at your business.
Host a Donor Alliance speaker at your business in either a public setting or employee meeting/lunch-n-learn.
Link to the registry site (Donate Life Colorado or Donate Life Wyoming) on your company website.
Use educational content about donation in your internal communication (ie. company newsletter, intranet) or external communication (ie. customer newsletter, website).
Share message of donation on your social media channels.
Host a ‘Give 5 Saves Lives’ registration drive during your business hours.
Other – We are open to your ideas! What would best connect with your staff and community?

Perks of Becoming a Workplace Partner

Engaged, educated and empowered employees who are better equipped to handle end-of life issues.
Value of knowing you’re helping save and heal lives in your local community.
Social media mentions on appropriate Donate Life properties and Donor Alliance’s LinkedIn.
Company logo and mention on Donor Alliance website; applicable program landing pages.
Participation discount for your businesses’ signature event team.
Name recognition in one of Donor Alliance’s bimonthly e-newsletter, Perspectives

For Hospital Workplace Partners

Our Donor Alliance Hospital Development team works closely with the 115 hospital partners in our service area.

For hospitals, please contact Katherine Orozco,Hospital Development Manager at

For all others, please contact Cheryl Talley, Director of PR & Communications at