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Donor Network West
Our Mission

Donor Network West saves and heals lives through organ and tissue donation. We honor and respect the donors and families we serve with compassionate care, and inspire our communities to donate life.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be the premier community resource for organ and tissue donation in our service area.  We will provide excellent and compassionate support and service to the public and health care professionals who serve them in the hope that each person will choose to be a donor.

Who We Are

Donor Network West is proud to be the third largest federally designated organ procurement organization and one of the largest tissue recovery organizations in the nation. Donor Network West has connected donors’ gifts to those in need since 1987.

What We Do

Donor Network West works in close partnership with families, doctors, nurses, more than 500 funeral homes, and 44 coroners and medical examiners to connect donors to recipients, because every donation is a generous, powerful gift that can save and heal the life of someone in need.


Area Served

175 hospitals, including five transplant centers:

  • California Pacific Medical Center

  • Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

  • Stanford Hospital

  • UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital

  • UCSF Medical Center


As well as more than 13 million people in 40 counties in northern California and Nevada.


Organ and Tissue Donor Referral

To contact us regarding a potential organ or tissue donation, please call our 24-hour-a-day referral line: (800)55.DONOR or (800)553.6667

Oakland Police Emergency Net

Managed by the Oakland Police Officers Association, O.P.E.N was established to provide assistance for Oakland Police active, service retired and disabled officers and their families in time of need. O.P.E.N will be there for the officers and their family to provide a helping hand for training, counseling, scholarships and health care expenses when needed.

O.P.E.N. has established the "William Grijalva Scholarship" formed by Will and Hannah Debois, with financial assistance from the RayOVac Company. It is in honor of their uncle, Bill Grijalva who died while performing his duties as an Oakland Police Officer. This scholarship is available to any child of an active or retired OPD member, OPD employee or OPOA employee for financial assistance toward their education. 

For more information or to make a donation please contact:


Renee Hassna, Executive Director

Oakland Police Emergency Net

555 5th Street

Oakland, CA, 94607

(510) 834-9670

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