LiveOnNY Named a Crain's Best Places to Work in NYC 2023 for Second Year in a Row
After nearly two years of restructuring and life-saving milestones, LiveOnNY achieves remarkable employee-designated recognition as a best place to work in NYC. LiveOnNY was named one of Crain's Best Places to Work in NYC 2023 for the second year in a row. The recognition comes during another record-breaking year for LiveOnNY, where selfless New Yorkers – organ donor heroes – saved more lives than ever before. Since implementing a new strategic plan in 2022, LiveOnNY worked with the NY community more than ever before, increasing the amount of organ donors, tissue donors, and organs transplanted by approximately 50% in each category, compared to the same time period prior. Read the full press release here.
Join the Movement of Saving Lives
We all have a role in ending the wait list. Nearly 9,000 New Yorkers statewide — 131 of whom are children under the age of 18 — are waiting for a lifesaving transplant, according to United Network for Organ Sharing. Nationwide, the number is approximately 100,000 - enough to fill two Yankee stadiums. But the myths of organ donation are starting to fade away and New Yorkers are saving more lives than ever. Last year, more than 1,000 organs were transplanted thanks to the selfless acts of organ donors in the greater New York area — a record — but the urgency remains, and the work is far from done. Together, as a community, New York has the power to end the wait list.
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Stories of Living On - In the News
Meet Detective Mora
CBS New York shares Detective Mora's story - watch here.
Angelica shares her journey here.
NewsNation shares Roxanne's story. - watch here.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams Encourages New Yorkers to be Donor Heroes
“Nearly 7,000 people in New York City are on the waitlist and they need New York City heroes. New Yorkers can sign up at LiveOnNY.org. Help save lives and become an organ donor today,” said NYC Mayor Eric Adams. LiveOnNY would like to thank Mayor Adams for his ongoing and unwavering advocacy for organ and tissue donation.