Laura’s Gift of Life Story

Trish received Laura’s liver, and now she’s living a healthy life because of Laura’s gift.  This powerful video (created by the BloodCenter of Wisconsin and viewed more than 10,000 times tells our families’ intersecting stories.

Laura’s Life and Legacy

Laura was an “old soul” yet young-at-heart. She engaged in adult conversations as much as she played dress-up with her two younger sisters. An academically-motivated student, she enjoyed writing creative stories, hanging out with friends, and sketching dress designs; she had an unwavering desire to be editor-in-chief of a fashion magazine. In her all-too-brief but meaningful life, Laura inspired friends and family by her desire to help others, and we believe Laura would be pleased to know that she saved another person’s life.

You Can Help Save Lives

Register to Become an Organ Donor

  • Make the Decision to DonateSee FAQ’s To Learn More

  • Two Ways to Register – 1) Register Here, 2) At Your Local Motor Vehicle Department 3) Use Siri on your iPhone

  • Discuss Your Wishes with Your Family

Start a chapter of SODA

SODA: Student Organ Donation Advocates is a non-profit organization which inspires and supports student-led organ donation education and registration efforts through college and high school campus chapters. 

Start a Chapter Today

Join Us at the 10th Annual 5K Run With Wolfes Event on September 15, 2019 

Each year our family gathers a team for the Run With Wolfes Event in memory of Laura to raise money for brain cancer research and organ donation awareness efforts. These events have raised more than $1,000,000, and our family has contributed more than 100,000. Please consider joining the Laura Miller Memorial Team or forming your own group of runners/walkers.


In memory of Laura, we are raising funds to increase brain cancer research and increase organ donation awareness.

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