The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland Partners with Baltimore City Councilman
July 2018 –This past July, as part of The Decision Project initiative, The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland and Councilman Leon Pinkett of the 7th District in Baltimore City, partnered to bring a fun-filled day to the Sandtown community. Close to 300 residents attended, along with 25 vendors and Mayor Catherine Pugh. The day included health screenings, career assistance, Zumba, food, and activities for kids. Each child went home with a backpack and school supplies to kick off the school year.
About the Decision Project
The Decision Project is all about empowering people to make an educated and inspired decision about organ, eye, and tissue donation and then share that decision with their family. With a targeted focus on areas of Maryland with low designation rates, this campaign will take a grassroots approach and work directly with community and neighborhood organizations to:
Additionally, this campaign seeks to increase our outreach and public engagement efforts to support the communities we serve.
To learn more, visit www.thedecisionproject.org
About The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland
As the organ procurement organization (OPO) for Maryland (with the exception of Montgomery, Prince George's, and Charles Counties), The Living Legacy Foundation (The LLF) facilitates donation and transplantation in area hospitals, provides donor family support, and educates hospitals and the general public about the life-saving power of organ, eye, and tissue donation.
We are passionate about saving and enhancing lives while honoring the legacy and generosity of our donors and their families.
For more information about The Living Legacy Foundation, visit us at www.thellf.org