The Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency (LOPA) is an independent, not-for-profit organ and tissue recovery agency. LOPA's Core Purpose is Making Life Happen. We save and heal lives through organ and tissue donation.
38 new registered organ donors from Quality Health Week at the VA Medical Center in New Orleans! It was a great week filled with stories that inspired, and an honor to be amongst our veterans. An amazing experience!! #donatelife #veterans
What does organ donation mean to me? It means watching my daughter grow up and seeing her accomplish her goals in life. Watching her joy when she plays volleyball, softball and especially dance. Hearing her beautiful voice when she sings. Seeing her smile light up a room. If my donor wouldn't have said yes to organ donation, I wouldn't have been able to watch her grow up into the amazing young woman she is today. And I still get to watch her continue her journey today, as she attends LSU, studying to become either a PT or OT! - proud recipient Donnie Troxclair #SurvivorFriday #DonateLife
We enjoyed sharing and educating on organ, eye and tissue donation with Veterans and the staff of
Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System. It’s truly a honor to be amongst those who have served our country and protect our freedom. #donatelife #veterans
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A Question of Faith: The Movie
In this episode of The Gifted Life Podcast our hosts chat with T.C. Stallings, one of the stars in the faith-based movie A Question of Faith. The movie centers around three families whose lives become intertwined following a series of tragedies. Donate Life America is encouraging people to register as organ, eye and tissue donors in support of the movie’s message about the power of donation. You’ll also hear about a very special 5K race, we honor Hero Bill Martinez, and answer a listener’s question on episode 67 of The Gifted Life Podcast. #podcast #donatelife @aquestionoffaith
#HonoringAHero❤️ The LSU Tigers meeting the Auburn Tigers on game day, October 14, 2017, will not be the only connection made on the field that day. The heart of an LSU Tiger will be beating in the chest of an Auburn Tiger, thanks to a family’s decision to say YES to organ, eye and tissue donation.
Hero John Clarke Perry will be honored on the football field for saving lives through donation at only six months old. One of his recipients, 2-year-old Davis Boswell, will also be in attendance. The Perrys (LSU Fans) & the Boswells (Auburn Fans) have vowed to use the LSU vs Auburn match up as a way to educate about organ, eye and tissue donation.
Before the 2:30 p.m. game start, the Perry family and the Boswell family will work with LSU Manship students and representatives from #DonateLifeLA to increase donation awareness and increase the donor registry.
Also, during the game...watch & listen for #donation information! ❤️💜💛