March 16, 2020
Mar 16

Calloway County Circuit Clerk receives a Platinum Level Award from Donate Life Kentucky

Calloway County Circuit Court Clerk, Tom Grantz, has been honored for his volunteer efforts in promoting the mission of helping others through organ and tissue donation. Grantz was among fifteen Donate Life Ambassadors honored at a special dinner. The Platinum Award signifies the number of hours a volunteer has spent spreading the mission. He earned this award based on the number of hours he volunteered in 2019.  He works as a part-time deputy clerk with Calloway County Circuit Court Clerk Linda . . .

February 11, 2020
Feb 11


Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA) and Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust For Life (KCCCTFL) announce that today marks a new day in the Commonwealth’s ongoing initiative to register more organ and tissue donors with the launch of an all-new online registration portal, now live at The Kentucky Online Gateway at . The new online registration –  the result of Kentucky’s groundbreaking Senate Bill 77, which was signed into law last year –  is an easy and secure process that enables residents to join . . .

September 30, 2019
Sep 30

Trust For Life’s 2019 High School Challenge Helps to Engage Students Statewide

Student groups across Kentucky will be participating in the 2019 High School Challenge sponsored by Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk’s Trust for Life (TFL) and Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA).   The participating high school groups can win prize money and individual students can apply for scholarship opportunities.  “The Donate Life 2019 High School Challenge is a chance for Kentucky students to learn about the importance of organ, cornea and tissue donation, along with sharing that message with others in their schools and . . .

May 13, 2019
May 13

Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust For Life Announces Kentucky’s Organ Donation Registry Surpasses The 2 Million Mark

A milestone for the thousands of Kentuckians waiting on lifesaving donations During a riveting and at times emotional press conference held in Lexington this morning, Trust for Life, the charitable arm of the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ announced that the Commonwealth’s Organ Donation Registry now has over two million registrants. This is a major milestone for the nonprofit and its partner organizations, which all support lifesaving mission of organ, eye and tissue donation and education. “This is a monumental moment for the . . .

April 9, 2019
Apr 9

Volunteers of America, KODA and Trust for Life partner to provide “Hope and Healing” by registering more organ donors

Kicking off in National Donate Life month, the partnership will make Volunteers of America the first non-profit in the region to register organ donors directly Partnership will educate public and clients about addiction recovery and organ donation April 9, 2019 Louisville, KY–Leaders from Volunteers of America, Kentucky Organ Donors Affiliates (KODA) and Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust for Life announced a groundbreaking new partnership today, “Hope and Healing,” designed to increase organ donations in Kentucky and surrounding states today.  Under . . .

February 27, 2019
Feb 27

Statement from Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust for Life (TFL) & Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA) on Kentucky SB77

(Louisville, KY- February 27, 2019)– TODAY theHouse passed SB77.  This groundbreaking bill will amend KRS 311.1947 to expand organ donor registration to the Commonwealth’s single sign-on system and will become effective January 1, 2020. KODA and Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust For Life have worked extensively with Senator Julie Raque Adams on this bill to grow the Donor Registry.  The new 8-year Kentucky driver’s license impact on the registry had put the number of registrations at serious risk.  Currently, The . . .