Fall is in full swing! In October we celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day, Halloween, and National Liver Awareness Month, which is devoted to the importance of liver awareness and is an opportunity to learn more about the important role the liver plays in your overall health.
The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland is happy to continue our series of beautiful designs coming your way over the course of 2021. We wanted to share these messages of hope and gratitude while also making them accessible to you so each image is available to download for you to use as a computer and/or phone background.
Instructions on how to set these designs as your background are at the bottom of the page!
Click the links below to download the backgrounds:
October 2021 Desktop Background
What is your donation story? Connect with us on social media or visit www.thellf.org/storiesofhope to tell your story. If you’re not yet a registered donor, please visit registerme.org or your local MVA to register and learn about the meaningful legacy you can create as a donor.
About the Artwork
Every year, The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland works with a local artist to design a themed calendar honoring the gifts of life through organ, eye, and tissue donation. For this year’s theme, the quotes in these 12 graphics have been adapted from responses via social media to the prompt:
“Tell your donation story in just six words.”
The artwork, created by local artist Rebecca Smith, is inspired by each anonymous six-word story and depicts the many ways that donor families, recipients, living donors, and others are connected to donation. Over the course of 2021, we’ll share the graphic created for each corresponding month for you to download and use as a background for your computer and/or phone.
Not sure how to change your background? Here are some tips to help you out:
How to change your background photo on a Windows computer
How to change your background photo on a Mac computer
How to change your phone background on an iPhone
How to change your phone background on an Android phone