The courageous people featured here, most of who faced life-and-death decisions, share with us the most intimate, vulnerable moments of their lives, in hopes that in their stories we will somehow find the power and the beauty that comes from helping others through organ and tissue donation.
Facing the loss of her leg from cancer, Gloria Clausen learns a lesson about organ and tissue donation.
Diagnosed with liver failure, Mark DeAngelo waited and hoped for the call for a liver transplant.
Dan Caruso and Kim Montalvo barely knew each other when he offered to give her a kidney.
Marcy Spangler is grateful she said yes to tissue donation when her husband, Chuck, passed away.
Don Milligan enjoys life today because of a family's decision to donate their teen's organs.
Amy Steiner was known for her giving ways; it was no surprise that she chose organ donation.
Alicia McFadden, an energetic teen, had two liver transplants before her second birthday.
A childhood injury to Jerry Branch's right eye was corrected by a cornea transplant.
When her brother, Hank, passed away, Gloria Savior's beliefs in donation were put to a test.