FAQs 

 

Search below for answers to the most commonly asked questions about Heroes for Hope and the Mission Map. If you cannot find the answer to your question, contact your hospital development coordinator.

What is Heroes for Hope?

 

Heroes for Hope is an outreach campaign organized by Donor Network of Arizona (DNA), the state's federally-designated, nonprofit organ procurement organization and tissue and ocular recovery organization. Each April during National Donate Life Month, hospital, health care and emergency response organizations throughout the state join together with the common goal to save and heal lives through organ, eye and tissue donor registration. 

To get your organization involved, click here.

 

There are more than 1,900 people in Arizona waiting to receive a lifesaving transplant. By registering as an organ, eye and tissue donor, you can stand for generosity and provide hope for those awaiting the gift of life.

More than 880 people registered as an organ, eye and tissue donor for the first time during Heroes for Hope 2019. 

Collaboration among Arizona's health care and emergency professionals to increase the number of registered donors on the DonateLifeAZ Registry can mean fewer deaths on the organ transplant waiting list and improved quality of life for those waiting to receive a tissue or cornea transplant. 

How can I be successful in this campaign and receive recognition?

 

The easiest way to track your success in the Heroes for Hope campaign is through the Mission Map. This game board outlines activities your organization can do throughout National Donate Life Month this April to succeed in Heroes for Hope. Organizations that participate will be recognized at a future DNA event for the registrations they receive and the levels they reach on the game board.

How do I know how many registrations my organization has?

 

All totals will be updated regularly based on cards received and processed, as well as online registrations tracked through the organization’s personalized registration link. To check in throughout the month, view our dashboard here.

Please mail in all completed registration cards as soon as possible in order for us to have updated and accurate counts. Use the pre-addressed envelopes included in your supplies. Send registration cards, well-labeled with your specific organization name on the envelope to:

 

Donor Network of Arizona
Attn: Blake Loyland
201 W. Coolidge
Phoenix, AZ 85013

 

All cards must be postmarked by Monday, May 4.

How do I submit registration cards?

 

Please mail in all completed registration cards as soon as possible in order for us to have updated and accurate counts. Use the pre-addressed envelopes included in your supplies. Send registration cards, well-labeled with your specific organization name on the envelope to:

 

Donor Network of Arizona
Attn: Blake Loyland
201 W. Coolidge
Phoenix, AZ 85013

 

All cards must be postmarked by Monday, May 4.

What is the Mission Map, and how do I get it?

 

The Mission Map is the best way to track your success throughout the month. As you complete activities, check them off and total up your points at the end of April to see what award level you achieved: bronze, silver, gold or platinum. To use the game board, please ensure you are registered for Heroes for Hope here.

How does my organization mark off activities on the Mission Map? 

 

Complete activities listed throughout the month of April and add the points up when you are done. Take a picture or screenshot as proof of completion. You do not need to report individual activity completion. Once the month is over, you will submit a completed Mission Map. 

When do I report a completed activity? 

 

You do not need to report individual activity completion. Once April is over, you will submit a completed Mission Map.

 
 

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Questions? Contact your Donor Network of Arizona Coordinator or:

Ashley.Siegel@dnaz.org

Miranda.Reddy@dnaz.org

 

Register to be a donor at DonateLifeAZ.org