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Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network > Events > A Gift of Life Unites Two Families In Heart and Song

A Gift of Life Unites Two Families In Heart and Song

March 25th, 2016 by

April 29, 2016 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Golisano Children's Hospital
Strong Memorial Hospital
601 Elmwood Ave, Rochester, NY 14642

Join Us For a Moving Tribute & Musical Performance

10:00 AM – Donate Life Flag Raising Ceremony, Strong Memorial Hospital  – Main Entrance Flag Pole (Elmwood Ave.)

10:30 AM – Gift of Life Tribute & Musical Performance, Golisano Children’s Hospital lobby

All are welcome to attend this special gathering on Friday, April 29th at Golisano Children’s Hospital when Holly Campbell of New York and Kim Scadlock of Iowa reunite to sing “For Good” in honor of their sons, Jake and Beckham. Plus, hear how this song and the gift of life have united these two moms and their families. 


Jake Campbell
Holly meets Beckham for the first time
Beckham Scadlock


Holly meets Beckham for the first time


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When faced with the passing of their 11 week-old son, Jake, parents Holly and Andy Campbell realized that through the gift of organ donation they could help keep another family from losing a child. 

Eight hundred miles away in Iowa, then 2 week-old Beckham Scadlock had faced the difficult odds of receiving a heart transplant. That is, until the Campbell’s courageous decision and Beckham received Jake’s heart. 

After the two families met, they discovered that along with the gift of one heart that united them, so too did one song.  Unknowingly, both Holly and Kim sang “For Good” to their infant sons: Holly as she said goodbye to Jake; and Kim after Beckham received his new heart.


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