NJ Sharing Network is committed to saving and enhancing lives through the miracle of organ and tissue donation and transplantation.
Nearly 5,000 NJ residents are currently waiting for a life-saving transplant. Learn more about the benefits of organ and tissue donation and transplantation.
We work closely with healthcare workers, funeral directors, attorneys and other professionals to provide specialized training and targeted information about the life-saving benefits of organ and tissue donation.
Our Family Services team works closely with donor families through the grieving process and beyond, while helping to honor their loved ones' legacies.
Our partnerships with educators, students, faith-based leaders, first responders and other community members help us spread the life-saving message of organ and tissue donation. Find out how you can help spread awareness in your community.
Join us at our signature events, such as the Annual 5K Celebration of Life and Golf Classic, as we honor those who gave, pay tribute to those who received, offer hope to those who continue to wait, and remember the lives lost while waiting... for the gift of life.
Registering as an organ and tissue donor and making a contribution are two great ways to support our mission, but there are many more ways to take action in your community. You can volunteer, participate in our events, share your story and so much more!
Our Foundation is committed to increasing the number of lives saved through research, donor family support, education and public awareness.
Our Donate Life Regional Groups are task forces created throughout the state, gathering local representatives to take action and educate their communities.
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Families from New Jersey traveled to Pasadena at the end of 2015 to participate in the Donate Life Rose Parade Float on New Year's Day. View the video here.
View NJ Sharing Network's media highlights from January through August 2016.
A beautiful flag-raising ceremony for Alex Velilla who is a hero for the lives he saved as an organ donor. View the ceremony here.
To Honor. To Remember. To Give Hope.