‘Life Story‘ is a short film about heart and lung transplant recipients. It was made by Orfan Productions and premiered at our recent Ladies Who Lunch in the D4 Berkeley hotel. Read more about Garry’s film and all our upcoming projects on the Events page
“They could be your Mother or Father, your Brother or Sister, your Husband or Wife. Six ordinary people who owe their lives to an organ donor, talk openly about their experiences, how their lives have been changed and how they’ll never forget their living gift”. Garry McGovern
Life Story from Garry McGovern on Vimeo.
A proud record despite recent decline in organ donations
Ireland has one of the highest rates of organ donation per capita in the world. Hopefully, the decline in donations in 2010 is not a trend, and that 2011 will continue to see a rise in organ donation and transplantation, as has been evident in the first months of this year.
To view the yearly transplant statistics please go to our FAQ’s page to read the full article,
kindly supplied by Strange Boat Donor Foundation
If you wish to become an organ donor after your death
you should inform your next-of-kin of your intentions.
Ladies who Lunch with Special Guest Celia Holmen Lee
The buzz around the D4 Berkeley Hotel on Saturday 14th May 2011 was electric.
The reason was it was ‘Ladies Who Lunch Day’ the style was crushing as you
can see on our gallery page.
To find out more about the day and the people who sponsored us please go to
our Ladies who Lunch page.
Living Gift Transplant Support Group are inviting you to our Ladies Who Lunch Day, which will be held on Saturday 14th May 2011 in D4 Berkeley Hotel
Our special guest is the renowned stylist and television personality
Celia Holman Lee
She will be giving a “Style Talk” covering lots of tips and revealing her fabulous style secrets including how to dress for different body types. Entertainment on the day also includes a live performance by Sean Dunphy.
With tickets costing just €50, this event is not to be missed and includes a 3 course lunch and spot prizes on the day. The places are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.
You can find out more information on our Ladies who Lunch page or you can contact Margaret McCann on 01 2856809 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org