By : Lisa Smith Posted: 4:57 AM, Nov 21, 2017 Updated: 7:34 PM, Nov 21, 2017 CINCINNATI — It’s a very grown-up question facing teenage drivers: Do you want to be an organ donor? The topic is part of the curriculum in high schools across Ohio, due to a state law which requires organ donation…

Julian Renfro has worked in the funeral home business his whole life. He was surprised to find out he was experiencing heart failure and without a transplant he wouldn’t live longer than 2 years. Thanks to a donor’s selfless gift, he’s alive today. #DonateLife  

By: Lisa Smith Posted: 4:57 AM, Nov 21, 2017 CINCINNATI — It’s a very grown-up question facing teenage drivers: Do you want to be an organ donor? The topic is part of the curriculum in high schools across Ohio, due to a state law which requires organ donation education. They started the curriculum at Dater…

LifeCenter hosts 15th Annual Community Breakfast Natalie Clark, WLWT5 CINCINNATI — Nearly 600 people held an emotional celebration Tuesday at the LifeCenter 15th Annual Community Breakfast. For many in attendance, an organ or tissue donation was a life-changing, or life-saving decision. The program’s featured speaker was Jason Schechterle. Schechterle, a retired Phoenix, Arizona police officer…

Life can change in an instant. For some, they find themselves in need, for others, they are presented the opportunity to think of others in their darkest time. Organ and tissue donation has the power to save, change and enhance lives. These are 12 stories of those from around the Greater Cincinnati area whose lives…

Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets to this year’s Gala! We are close to capacity for this event so our online ticket sales are now closed. There will be a few tickets available at the door but they will be first come first serve. If you have any questions, please contact Community Relations Manager,…

It started with a cough but Mollie, an RN, knew something was wrong. She was diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and Pulmonary Hypertension. At the age of 37 she was told her life expectancy would be about 2 years without a lung transplant. After 8 months of waiting, she got the call. #DonateLife  

When Beatrice was diagnosed with Biliary Atresia, her parents found out that to save her life, she would need a liver transplant. Thanks to the medical professionals at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and her mom selflessly acting as her living donor, today she is a healthy, happy, sassy little girl with a bright future…

At a routine check up, it was found that Bethany was anything but healthy. She was in need a lung transplant. Thanks to her dedicated team of medical professionals at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the selfless gift from a total stranger, today she is living her life and making plans for the future…