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CRMC dedicates rose for OneLegacy Donate Life Rose Parade float

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CRMC dedicates rose for OneLegacy Donate Life Rose Parade float Submitted photo

Coffee Regional Medical Center is proud to continue our partnership with LifeLink ® of Georgia and Donate Life America by dedicating a rose to be placed on the 2024 OneLegacy Donate Life Rose Parade float.



Coffee Regional’s President and CEO, Vicki Lewis, shared a personal message of hope and remembrance honoring donors, recipients, and others who have been touched by organ, eye and tissue donation. This rose will join thousands of others to create a dedication garden that is a featured design element on the float each year. Vicki Lewis shared, “With this rose dedication, CRMC is publicly recognizing our staff’s dedication and commitment to organ and tissue donation. We are pleased to partner with LifeLink of Georgia on this project and honored to be a part of this celebration of hope and life watched by millions on New Year’s Day.”




Celebrating its 21st year, the OneLegacy Donate Life Rose Parade float continues its mission to save and heal lives by sharing the gift of life and delivering the message of organ, eye and tissue donation to the world. The 2024 OneLegacy Donate Life Rose Parade float, Woven Together: The Dance of Life, showcases the culture of the Hopi, native to the American Southwest. The float will feature a beautiful Butterfly Dancer surrounded by traditionally woven baskets full of life-giving corn and other fruits from Hopi culture. Memorial floragraphs honoring life-giving organ, eye and tissue donors will be displayed on the baskets; transplant recipients will ride on the float, and living donors will walk alongside it.



Tune in on January 1, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. EST to watch the Rose Parade and see the OneLegacy Donate Life float.



In the United States today there are over 105,000 people waiting for a life-saving organ, and hundreds of thousands more whose lives could be healed through eye and tissue transplantation. A single organ and tissue donor can save up to eight lives and heal as many as 75 more. Individuals can register their donation decision at Donate Life Georgia or when obtaining or renewing a driver license. Further information about the OneLegacy Donate Life float, decorating, and facts about donation and transplantation can be found at www.donatelifefloat.org.

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