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Ambassador Program

You are a vital component of our community education program

LifeSource Ambassadors are the cornerstone of our public education efforts, volunteering time to selflessly share their connection(s) to donation with their community and encourage people to register as organ, eye and tissue donors.

More than 250 Ambassadors in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and western Wisconsin help us share the life-saving message of organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation.

Donate Life Ambassadors

What it means to be an ambassador

Donate Life Ambassadors share their donation/transplant story and the life-saving message of donation in an effort to encourage others to check the box and donate.

Ambassador opportunities may include:

  • Sharing your story and speaking at community events, driver’s education and health classes, and with community leaders. Check out these helpful driver’s educator materials free of charge through our youth education program.
  • Amplifying positive donation messages in media interviews and on social media.
  • Creating your own opportunities: Teresa Turner, LifeSource’s Advocacy & Ambassador Coordinator, will help provide resources and materials for ambassadors to implement their own community outreach opportunities.

Apply to become an ambassador

Thank you for your willingness to share the life-saving message of organ, eye and tissue donation – it will surely inspire others.

  1. Complete the LifeSource Donate Life Ambassador application.
  2. The Advocacy & Ambassador Coordinator will contact you via email to schedule a virtual meeting to discuss your interests and background and to learn more about your story. In addition, the coordinator will also tell you more about who we are as an organization and our Donate Life Ambassador program.
  3. LifeSource Donate Life Ambassador Online Training.
  4. Donate Life Ambassador Background Screening.

Presentation templates

If you are giving a presentation on behalf of LifeSource, please use one of the following PowerPoints (PPTs). Each PPT includes information for each slide in the notes section, links to videos, and a blank slide for you to add your own photos and story images.

News and stories for our ambassadors

View all updates from our ambassador program.

  • November 03, 2021 in Stories

    Mom Loses Son, Carries a Piece of Him with Her

    A “yes” to donation impacts the Mahoney family in more than one amazing way.

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  • September 10, 2020 in Registration, Stories

    As a Donor and Recipient, Chris Understands the Importance of Checking the Box

    Chris Feneis has experienced the power of donation from both sides.

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  • September 01, 2020 in Stories

    Double Lung Recipient Skydives to Celebrate Her Donor

    Nikki can live life to the fullest because a hero said yes to donation.

    Read More

Join the Ambassador Facebook group

We are excited to offer a private Facebook group for the purpose of providing a forum for registered Donate Life Ambassadors to connect with one another. This private group allows you to connect with other LifeSource Donate Life Ambassadors at any time, no matter where you live.

If you are interested in joining our private Ambassador Facebook group, apply today!

Donate Life Ambassadors Event

I think my favorite activity with LifeSource is having the opportunity to educate people on the value of being a donor and how they could potentially impact so many others through the donation process. And as I reflect on my own experience as a recipient, I am always in awe and complete gratitude at how my life has been so totally changed through the donation of a liver from my donor family.

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Together, we are champions of hope

As a part of the Donate Life network, our “Check the Box” public awareness campaign aims to inspire registration and remove misconceptions by sharing a simple message: anyone can register as a donor – a decision that saves lives.