Here's a collection of all the stories published by the Bendigo Advertiser in the Courtney's Quest series...
Repaying the debt
Organ recipient Zeke Harrison was too sick to come to his own fundraising event.
As the smiling boy lay in the hospital on Saturday overcoming a stomach bug, his family and hundreds of others came together in Wycheproof to raise money for the Royal Children's Hospital.
Find the family's heartfelt story here.
3BO's Beck signs up as organ donor
Beck Chalmer was so moved by Courtney's Quest, she finally made the decision to register as an organ donor.
The 3BO breakfast host is one of 1532 new donors the Bendigo Advertiser aims to sign up in 30 days as part of Courtney's Quest.
Wave of support for family
The Kyneton and Malmsbury cricket clubs have set aside their rivalry and joined with Australian celebrities on Friday to raise $15,000 for the Keast family.
The clubs - along with the Kyneton Football and Netball Club - banded together to organise a celebrity versus locals Twenty20 cricket benefit match.
Gifted with lifetime of love
Married couple Claire and Ian Stubber didn't think they'd live past 20.
With grim diagnoses from doctors - who outlined a short lifespan for both Claire and Ian due to chronic diseases - only an organ transplant could prevent their fate.
Read their story here.
There will be a lifetime of memories and love to celebrate when more than 100 people come together and walk for Courtney Keast.
Mum Jodie will step back into the world and her new reality with the support of her family and friends after losing her daughter in a boating accident earlier this year.
Read about the Run for Kids team - Courtney's Crew.
Generosity prevails even in times of grief
Dozens of teddy bears donated to the Royal Children's Hospital will help bring comfort to children in their most vulnerable times.
Courtney Keast's mum Jodie asked community members to bring teddy bears to her daughter's funeral - to be cuddled by her friends during the service and later donated to the hospital.
Read more here.
Mum finds strength in community
Jodie Keast never wanted to become an organ donor ambassador, nor did she want a reason to be featured in the paper.
But now she is finding the strength to make people talk about the things they don't want to talk about - to ensure her daughter's life wasn't taken in vain.
Trust debunks myths on donating organs
Thinking you're too old or too unhealthy are two of the greatest myths preventing people registering as organ donors, according to the Heart and Lung Transplant Trust.
Vice-president Louisa Walsh talks about the most common misconceptions here.
Cafe Thirty8 backs quest
CAFE THIRTY8 owner Jenny Jones is encouraging staff to register as organ donors, after losing her son several years ago.
His organs weren't able to be donated - a fact that always saddened Ms Jones.
Addy calls for support
BENDIGO Advertiser staff have thrown their support behind Courtney's Quest and called on other central Victorian businesses to follow the lead.
Read more here.
Inspired to act
Bendigo's Debbie Ross' organ donation form sat on her fridge for more than a year, until one little girl's story inspired her to fill it out.
Ever since she started cleaning the Bendigo Cemetery, Ms Ross has been thinking of death. She shares her story.
Couple keen to help raise awareness
When Jason and Kelly Turley read about Courtney's Quest, they decided to help out. Read about their upcoming event here.
Beccky backs Courtney's Quest campaign
Beccky Johns is healthy now, but will rely on an organ donor to save her life again in the future.
She has a genetic disorder that causes her kidneys to fail and has received a kidney from her mum and dad in the past.