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Donate Life ECHOmke

Win a pair of Summerfest tickets by being one of the first 40 to participate in our ECHOmke campaign.

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Contact Information

Tonnie Boston

Community Outreach Manager
Email 414-937-6648

We are Starting ECHOmke Early This Year!

June 19-30, win a pair of Summerfest tickets when you use the power of your voice to spread the word about organ and tissue donation.

How to Participate in the #ECHOmke Challenge

June 19-30, help us spread the word about the importance of organ, tissue and eye donation. We’re giving away a pair of Summerfest tickets to the first 40 community participants. The choice is yours: you can choose to educate, promote or be an advocate for donation. Then, keep your eyes on Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We’ll be sharing our favorite submissions throughout phase two of the campaign, July 14-27!


Share one of Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin’s organ and tissue donation facts on social media. Tag three of your friends and use #ECHOmke.


Get creative and post a 60-second (or less) video about why you support organ and tissue donation. Tag three of your friends and use #ECHOmke.


Ask your friends and followers to join the registry by posting the link to the registry form at: donatelifewisconsin.org. Tag three of your friends and use #ECHOmke.

To win, all social posts must be set to “public.” Please tag Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin and use #ECHOmke. By posting this content, you consent to Versiti sharing your posts. Winners must present a photo ID and pick up Summerfest tickets at Versiti headquarters (638 N 18th St, Milwaukee, WI).

What is the national Donate Life ECHO Campaign?

Donate Life ECHO is a national two-week outreach campaign, held each year during the second and third full weeks in July and focuses on the importance of donation and transplantation in multicultural communities. ECHO stands for Every Community Has Opportunity – the opportunity to save and heal lives. Donate Life ECHO was created in 2015 as a collaborative partnership between the Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation (AMAT) and Donate Life America.” - Donate Life America

Real Life Impact Stories

Grady Angeloff

Grady Angeloff takes comfort in knowing that his son Riley’s brief life had an important purpose: to help other children live. Grady, a Blood Operations Specialist, made the decision to donate Riley’s heart valves when he passed away at just one year old. Because of Riley’s gift of life-saving tissue, the hearts of other children are still beating.

Richard Lewis

Richard has received the gift of life – not once, but twice. Richard was recently matched with his second kidney donor whose spirit lives on through the miracle of organ donation. "It's a blessing. I hope to continue to give my donor's life purpose," says Richard.

Ready to sign up? Register today to be an organ, tissue and eye donor.

Register at DonateLifeWisconsin.org

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