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SODA in the News

Losing a Sister, Saving a Life

Our founder, Sara Miller, shares how her passion for organ donation led to SODA's creation.

SODA's Founder Raises Awareness for Organ Donation to Honor her Sister

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports on SODA's founding, growth, and success in raising awareness about organ donation education and registration on campuses nationwide. 

College Organ Donation Registration Day

In their annual report, Donate Life America recognized SODA in their "Campus Outreach" section during our efforts to register students nationwide during our College Organ Donation Registration Day.

SODA at IWU Chapter Co-Founder Pursues her Passion for Organ Donation

Samantha Rzany, the Student Outreach Coordinator on SODA's National Leadership Team and co-founder of SODA at Indiana Wesleyan University, discusses her passion for organ donation education.

Sara Miller Q&A: Organ Donation Non-Profit Grows Since WashU Founding

SODA's President and Founder, Sara Miller, reflects on her experiences at Washington University's Olin School of Business, where SODA was first established.

Quinnipiac University Chapter President Makes a Difference on her Campus

The Quinnipiac Chronicle reports on Nicole Antaya's impact on her campus through organ donation education and registration initiatives. Antaya is the President of SODA at Quinnipiac.

Student Organ Donation Advocates Host Event, Raise Awareness

After hosting the Vice President of the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), SODA discussed its growth on Washington University's campus.

Founder Honored

The national organization ‘HerCampus’ honored SODA founder Sara Miller in its annual "22 Under 22" feature that recognizes the most inspiring college women, calling her a "literal lifesaver."

Student Led Chapters Ensure Proactive Organ Donation Education

SODA's Founder, Sara Miller, discusses how the tragic loss of her sister motivated her to advocate for organ donation by establishing SODA: Student Organ Donation Advocates. She also discusses the accomplishments of the many student leaders of SODA chapters nationwide.

Column: Her 14-year-old daughter's liver saved another woman's life. Now their friendship offers a road map through grief.

Susan Angel Miller, author of "Permission to Thrive," details the process of grief and recovery following her daughter's tragic death. She also mentions SODA, which was founded by her daughter, Sara Miller.