Upcoming Event

Celebrate Life and Music with Team Luke

Our annual Celebration of Life and Music in 2020 will be our biggest and most exciting one yet!
 
Join Team Luke at Asbury Lanes on April 18, 2020, as we raise awareness about the importance of organ and tissue donation via the NJ Sharing Network.
 
With full performances by Best Of Foo (Tribute to Foo Fighters) and U2Nation (Tribute to U2). Doors open at 6pm.

Team Luke Highlights

  • Luke was added to the Landscape of Life and Meditation Garden at NJ Sharing Network
  • We met Luke's pancreas and left kidney recipients
  • Luke was honored on the Donate Life Rose Parade Float
  • Team Luke has raised over $200,000 for the NJ Sharing Network

Upcoming Event

2020 NJ Sharing Network 5K

On Sunday, May 17, 2020, we will Celebrate Life on the boardwalk in Long Branch, NJ, while honoring those who gave, paying tribute to those who received, offering hope to those who continue to wait and remembering the lives lost while waiting for the Gift of Life.
 
The 2020 Registration and Contribution page will be available in January 2020

Featured Story

Luke Honored on the Donate Life Rose Parade Float

Luke was honored alongside other hero donors who gave the gift of life at the 129th Rose Parade in Pasadena, California.

Thank you to Dignity Memorial Funeral Homes for sponsoring and sending us to Pasadena and to NJ Sharing Network for their continuous support. We know Luke was with us all the way!

Before the parade, we unveiled Luke's floragraph during a ceremony at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and his brother CJ delivered a beautiful speech.

Thank you for supporting Team Luke and the NJ Sharing Network
as we honor Luke David Bautista along with other organ and tissue donors, pay tribute to recipients, offer hope to those who continue to wait and remember the lives lost while waiting for the Gift of Life.
The next Celebration of Life 5K will be held on Sunday, May 17, 2020, in Long Branch, NJ. It will mark the fifth time Team Luke participates in this annual event! Luke died about a month after he turned 15, but was able to provide 5 life saving gifts (his heart, both kidneys, liver and pancreas). We've even had the privilege of meeting his left kidney and pancreas recipients.
 
In addition, Luke was able to donate his descending thoracic aorta, which aided in the creation of dialysis ports and his tissue donations have also helped save and improve the lives of countless others.
— Team Luke has averaged 200 members in each of our first 4 years
— In 2019, we eclipsed the $260,000 mark in terms of total dollars raised by Team Luke
Be sure to follow @Luke_Beastista on Instagram for photos, event updates and memories!

Thanks for joining us at the Celebration of Life 5K

May 17, 2020 - We can't promise good weather, but we can promise a Beautiful Day!
Let us know exactly what you want!