The Memorial Wall and Garden Benches are part of the LifeSource Healing Garden at our office in Minneapolis, located at 2225 West River Road North, Minneapolis, MN 55441. Get Directions
You are welcome to visit the LifeSource Healing Garden at any time. While our office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm the Healing Garden is accessible outside of office hours.
You may submit an inscription in honor of your donor, even if you don’t know their name. The inscription will thank your donor anonymously for the gift you received. For example: “My Heart Donor”
That is a very generous offer. Please contact one of our Donor Family Advocates if you are interested in dedicating your donor’s name on the Memorial Wall. We have a process in place to contact donor families and allow them the opportunity to either accept your gift or contribute to the engraving themselves – either now or in the future.
Each organ, eye and tissue donor may be included once in the Donor Family Quilt, the Memorial Wall and Garden Benches. We encourage families to consider collaborating and submitting their tributes as a group. Any additional financial contributions will be designated for donor family care and public education about organ and tissue donation.
Yes, all donors who gave the gifts of organs, eyes or tissue, regardless of whether or not those gifts were transplanted, are able to be included in LifeSource legacy opportunities.
When the inscriptions are complete, each panel will be numbered. We will let you know what number panel your inscription is on so you can find it more easily when you visit the LifeSource Healing Garden.
No, the benches will be assigned by LifeSource as they are purchased.
If you have questions about the legacy opportunities available at LifeSource please get in touch with our Donor Family Advocates at email@example.com or call 1.888.536.6283 .
All funds raised from the Memorial Wall and Healing Garden Benches will support donor family care and public education about organ, eye and tissue donation.
Contributions toward the Memorial Wall and Garden Benches are 100% tax-deductible.