A New Look Online

The Living Legacy Foundation is proud to unveil an update to our website, http://www.thellf.org. The new design showcases Maryland organ and tissue donors and their families, as well as transplant recipients who are so grateful for the second chance at life they have been given. The new design also includes information on how to sign up to be an organ, eye and tissue donor, as well as information and resources for community leaders to help them champion our life-saving cause.

“The website now allows us the ability to provide better information to our clinical partners, more effectively engage with donor families and better educate the public about the organ and tissue donation process,” comments Jennifer Gelman, director of Professional Education for The Living Legacy Foundation.

Additionally, the website features an interactive calendar of events, which allows those interested to save an event to their personal calendar or share the event with others, as well as direct links to The LLF’s social media sites, such as our Facebook page, Twitter feed, YouTube channel, and this blog.

Check out The NEW LLF online today at www.thellf.org.



About Jennifer

Jennifer Gelman is the director of Communications for the Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland. She is responsible for creating and executing educational and awareness programs for LLF’s donor service area, along with overseeing the company’s volunteer program, and the relationship with Maryland’s Motor Vehicle Administration. With nearly ten years of experience in non-profit and cause-related marketing, on a national and local level, Jennifer is focused on raising awareness and creating an open dialogue about organ, eye and tissue donation throughout diverse communities the organization serves. Follow Jennifer on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jennifergelman
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