“Outliving yourself” with Taylor’s Gift presentation

Hannah Tucker, Photographer

The non-profit charity organization Taylor’s Gift presents information about their work and mission in memory of teen Taylor Storch in the Coppell Library and Community Commons Wednesday evening. Their mentality is to “outlive” oneself in ways such as being an organ donor. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell resident and co-founder of Taylor’s Gift Tara Storch speaks about the reason for creating the foundation in the Coppell Library and Community Commons Wednesday evening. Tara Storch is the mother of Taylor Storch, who passed away in a skiing accident in 2010 and donated her organs, saving five lives. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell resident and co-founder of Taylor’s Gift Tara Storch explains one of her favorite quotes “It’s not what happens to you that matters, it’s how you react to it that does” in the Coppell Library and Community Commons Wednesday evening. Her mentality is to “outlive” oneself in ways such as being an organ donor. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell resident and co-founder of Taylor’s Gift Tara Storch talks about her family and background in Coppell Library and Community Commons Wednesday evening. Tara Storch is the mother of Taylor Storch, who passed away in a skiing accident in 2010 and donated her organs, saving five lives. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

The non-profit charity organization Taylor’s Gift presents information about their work and mission in memory of teen Taylor Storch in the Coppell Library and Community Commons Wednesday evening. Their mentality is to “outlive” oneself in ways such as being an organ donor. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell resident and co-founder of Taylor’s Gift Tara Storch talks to Grapevine resident Melissa Young in the Coppell Library and Community Commons Wednesday evening at the Taylor’s Gift presentation. Storch’s discussed her mentality of “outliving” oneself in ways such as being an organ donor. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell resident and co-founder of Taylor’s Gift Tara Storch gives Coppell resident Mary Porter her book at the Taylor’s Gift presentation in the Coppell Library and Community Commons Wednesday evening. The book, Taylor’s Gift, was written after Storch’s daughter Taylor passed away in a skiing accident in 2010 and donated her organs, saving five lives. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell resident and co-founder of Taylor’s Gift Tara Storch hugs Grapevine resident Melissa Young in the Coppell Library and Community Commons Wednesday evening at the Taylor’s Gift presentation. Storch gave Young a copy of her book, Taylor’s Gift, as part of a raffle. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

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