On this Father’s Day, we celebrate two lives. The first is our Jim, who is alive today and able to spend time with his cherished children. The second is the hero who made the decision to become an organ donor and made Jim’s day possible.
Father’s Day is about celebrating fatherhood, and the bonds created between dads and their children. The first Father’s Day was actually about honouring fathers that were lost. We think it is more than fitting for us to stop and give thanks to the family that is missing their dad today. We hope that knowing his gift of life is beyond precious to Jim and his family gives some measure of comfort.
Honour Jim’s organ donor, and give hope to the over 1600 waiting for the gift of life today. On this Father’s Day, sign up to be a donor.
Happy Father’s Day Jim, and to all our fathers.