While there are similarities, each person’s grief journey is unique, in feelings and in time. We all learn what helps us as individuals and families, but everyone can take a different path toward reconciliation. Today, we want to acknowledge one
Chances are that Tina and Emily would have never met. They live more than 1,000 miles apart – one in near perpetual rain in the northwest corner of the state, the other at the edge of the Mohave Desert, in
This Eye Donation Month, SightLife cordially invites you to our third annual Community of Compassion Virtual Celebration on Thursday, November 17 at 5:00 PM PT/8:00 PM ET, where we will honor our passionate community who help provide hope and healing through the gift of sight. SightLife donor families, recipients, donation partners, and
Dyamond Abrantes was a remarkable young woman – bright, sparkling, and strong – just as her name suggests.
Her love for her family and friends was undeniable and she made it known daily through thoughtful gestures and affection.
Isla Cameron was a bright, imaginative, and beautiful girl who only lived 10 years, but with enough spirit and joy to fill 10 lifetimes.
Her family's decision to donate her corneas restored sight for two different people, and offered her family
In 2022, SightLife and LifeCenter Northwest are honored and delighted to resume our tradition of hosting in-person Donation Celebrations across our shared regions. We look forward to bringing our families, transplant recipients, staff, and community partners together to celebrate all
Every April, SightLife and our donation partners celebrate Donate Life Month (DLM) – an annual awareness-building event led by Donate Life America to celebrate those who have received transplants, recognize those who continue to wait, honor donors and donor families,
Leveraging 50 years of experience in eye banking, SightLife has developed a compassionate and respectful approach for donor family conversations that centers their needs by first acknowledging their grief. Even so, when someone receives a call from SightLife, they are often in the raw
As we embark on a new year, I’m filled with optimism for the possibilities that lie ahead. The possibilities that vision brings to those living in darkness. The possibility of finding hope and healing amidst loss. The possibility of reaching
At SightLife, we deeply value our donor families. Their support makes our critical, sight-restoring work possible. That’s why our commitment to donor families does not end after our initial donation conversation. Instead, it extends upwards of 24 months, or sometimes