Muscatine Dmv Commemorates Organ Donor With Plaque

The Mustine DMV recently dedicated a plaque in honor of local organ donor Michaela Brunson, whose selfless act in donating her organs at the young age of 16 saved the lives of 24 individuals. This heartwarming gesture serves as a poignant reminder of the impact that organ donation can have in transforming and even saving lives.

The Iowa Donor Network has collaborated with the Iowa Department of Transportation to promote organ donation by encouraging individuals to consider checking the box to become organ donors on their license applications. The initiative aims to raise awareness about the critical need for organ donors, with over 600 individuals currently awaiting organ transplants in Iowa alone and more than 100,000 nationwide.

The partnership between the Iowa Donor Network and the Iowa Department of Transportation underscores the importance of organ donation in providing hope and a second chance at life to those in need. By choosing to become organ donors, individuals have the power to act as heroes and potentially save multiple lives through the donation of organs, bones, cells, and skin. With thousands of people across the country on waiting lists for organ transplants, the simple act of checking the box on a license application can have a significant and far-reaching impact on fostering a culture of generosity and compassion in our communities.


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