LifeSource Receives a Grant from the Richard M. Schulze Foundation
In May, LifeSource received a grant of $20,000 from the Richard M. Schulze Foundation to support the Advanced Tissue Recovery Training Program. The funds will be used to enhance training in best practice techniques in tissue recovery for new clinical team members as well as provide opportunities for existing staff to refresh their skills and approach. The training program was created to ensure that LifeSource staff have the highest level of skills so they can maximize the potential life-saving and healing gifts of each donor.
The RMSFF is driven to improve the lives of others, particularly U.S. middle- and working-class families, through results-oriented investments in human & social services, education, and health & medicine with a special focus on the seven-county metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul and Lee and Collier counties in Florida.
We are grateful to the Schulze Family Foundation for their leadership and continued support of our clinical team members