Grant Funded Programs

Landscape of Life Meditation Garden

Welcome to NJ Sharing Network’s Landscape of Life Meditation Garden, a special place for those whose lives have been touched by organ and tissue donation and transplantation.

This quiet sanctuary offers many ways to honor, to remember and to give hope:

  • Gather with loved ones for opportunities to reflect
  • Spend a moment alone while surrounded by nature
  • Meditate to the soothing sounds of running water
  • Dedicate a stone in memory or honor of a loved one to be placed within the garden

The Landscape of Life Meditation Garden serves as an extension of the Landscape of Life walls inside our headquarters where we honor organ and tissue donors, transplant recipients and members of the community, and also acknowledge contributions made in their honor.

The 8,200-square-foot perennial garden was designed by Muzi Li, a landscape architecture student at Rutgers University, and is based on the vision of NJ Sharing Network staff, donor families, recipients and volunteers. The garden will be maintained partially through contributions made by staff members to the Employee Giving Campaign.

This garden was created to 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.

For additional information, please contact Alyssa D’Addio.