Donor Family Support
As a donor family, you will receive support from LifeShare Carolinas’ Bridge to Healing Program during the first year after your loss. Below you will find information that may help as you make your way through your grief journey.
Ways to Honor Your Loved One’s Donation Decision
As you’re writing an obituary in honor of your loved one, you may want to share their decision to be an organ, eye, or tissue donor. Below are some sample phrases to consider using.
- He/She/They made the decision to give the gift of life through organ, eye, and tissue donation.
- His/Her/Their donated organs saved the lives of five people.
- He/She/They had a loving and giving nature and made the decision to give the gift of life to help others have a second chance at life.
- His/Her/Their giving spirit continues in death, as she was able to donate her tissues and touch the lives of as many as 75 people.
- He/She/They was/were a giving person in life and that giving continued in death as he was able to help many others live by donating her organ, eyes, and tissues.
- His/Her/Their family honored her generous decision to give the gift of life through organ, eye, and tissue donation.
- His/Her/Their final act of kindness was to give the gift of life through organ, eye, and tissue donation.
- In lieu of flowers, the family asks for contributions in his/her/their honor to LifeShare Carolinas, PO Box 32861, Charlotte, NC 28262.
You may ask for memorial contributions to be made in memory of your loved one at any time. Some choose to do this on the anniversary of their loved one’s death. Contributions can be made by mailing a check to our office or using this link.
PO Box 32861
Charlotte, NC 28262
There are many ways to connect with others who are also grieving. Our Bridge to Healing team is happy to connect you with support groups that fit your needs. If this is something you’re interested in, please contact us.