How much do these cards cost?
The cards are free to the families of our donors. Donor Alliance will assume all costs for printing and shipping.
What file types are accepted for the photo on the front of the card?
Allowable file types are jpg, jpeg, png, and pdf. Please limit the size of the photo to 5 MB.
What if I don’t have a digital photograph of my loved one?
You many submit the information for memory cards by mail. Please mail a photo, words of tribute, and your loved one’s name to: Donor Alliance, Attn: Memory Cards, 720 S Colorado Blvd, Ste 800 N, Denver, CO 80246.
What if I don’t have a photo of my loved one?
If you don’t have a photo of your loved, we can place an image of a nature scene, a favorite sport or activity, or something else on the cards. As long as the image is not copyrighted, almost anything that was meaningful to your loved can be placed on the cards.
Will the photo I submit of my loved one be altered?
We will not change the appearance of your loved in the photo. To be better viewed on the cards, the photos may be cropped or have damages to the photo itself (scratches, dust, etc.) digitally removed.
I’m not sure what to put as Words of Tribute, do you have any suggestions?
Yes, please click on the following link for our suggestions page: Suggestions for Words of Tribute
How long will it take to receive the Donor Memory Cards?
All orders are printed, and shipped within one business day. The print shop we work with uses U.S. Priority mail which takes two to three days. Production and shipping of the cards can be expedited to a limited to degree, but we are regretfully unable to have the cards delivered in less than two business days.
Are the memory cards laminated?
Yes. Because the cards are made as a tribute to your loved one, all of our Donor Memory Cards are laminated. The laminate helps protect the cards and preserve the quality of the images. There is no fringe or border along the side of the cards, each card is cut to be a seamless piece.
If I allow Donor Alliance to use digital or printed versions of my loved one’s card for donation awareness opportunities, how will my loved one’s card be used?
Donor Memory Cards that have permission to be shared can be used in many ways to promote donation, and to support the people (hospital and coroner staff, Donor Alliance staff, etc.) who make donation possible. They are shared with the hospital staff that worked with the donor and the donor’s family. The cards are also displayed in photo albums consisting of many other donors which are shared at educational events and registry drives. Digital versions of cards may also be displayed on the Donor Alliance website or on social media sites for Donate Life Colorado and Donate Life Wyoming. We will also use the cards as examples when explaining them to future donor families.
Please email or call us at email@example.com or 303-370-2737 if you have any other questions.