NJ Sharing Network

The Power of One

One organ and tissue donor can save 8 lives
and enhance the lives of over 75 others.
Say YES to donation today.

To Honor. To Remember. To Give Hope.

Every day, we work to save and enhance lives through
organ and tissue donation and provide support to the
families of those who gave the Gift of Life.

Behind every organ and tissue
donation is a story of hope.

Every day, the generosity of New Jersey donors and their families touch the lives of thousands of people in need.

January - December 2023

261

Organ Donors

715

Organs Transplanted

44,266

Tissue and Eye Gifts

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Here’s how you can get involved.

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In recognition of Black History Month, join us for a thought-provoking webinar.

Explore the intersection of health equity and organ and tissue donation. Gain insights into how advocacy, policy, and community engagement can impact the outcomes of healthcare and organ donation.

Our Community Services team will share an overview of NJ Sharing Network’s public education efforts in our diverse communities.

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2023: A record year for organ and tissue donation in NJ

Today and every day, we give thanks to the heroic organ and tissue donors and their families for their compassion, generosity, and selflessness and for their lifesaving gifts. In 2023, a record-breaking 715 organs were transplanted, the most ever in our organization’s 36-year history. For the families of those who have received the gift of…

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6 Steps to Survive The Holiday Season After Loss

For years, I made my children listen to Bing Crosby as we decorated the Christmas tree. One day, I reasoned, I would be gone and I imagined them downloading ‘ole Bing and carrying on the tradition with their own children. When they got to the song, “Think of Me” they’d pause, shed a little tear, think of all the good times we had, and be sorry they complained incessantly about it so many years before.