Donor Alliance volunteers and advocates are the heart and soul of our efforts to inspire and inform our community about the importance of registering as organ, eye and tissue donors in Colorado and Wyoming. Each of our volunteers and advocates has their own unique and inspiring story to tell. This month, we are featuring Cary Galvin, a Donor Sister from Casper, Wyoming.
What has been your favorite memory volunteering for Donor Alliance?
I recently volunteered at the Casper Coyotes game and had an older lady stop at the table to talk to me it was just one of those conversations that you feel comfortable telling your story.
What is the last book you read or movie you saw? Would you recommend it?
The last book I read was Turbo Twenty Two by Janet Evanovich. I would definitely recommend all of her books, she is an amazing author and keeps you wanting more.
If you could have lunch with anyone, who would you choose?
If I could have lunch with anyone it would be Abraham Lincoln.
What is your favorite thing about fall?
My favorite thing about fall is the changing leaves and cooler air.
What is your favorite holiday & why?
My favorite holiday is Halloween. I love to carve pumpkins and to see the kids dressed in their costumes.
What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
Remember that you are only one person and you need to breathe.