The 34-year-old from Sheffield had Down’s Syndrome and learning difficulties - but she knew exactly what being an organ donor would mean.
Her dad Alf, aged 71, told The Star: “About five years ago she saw a TV programme about organ donations.
“She told us she wanted to be a donor - we explained to her what that meant, that you had to die first - but she was so determined.
“So we helped her to get a donor card and, when she died last year, we carried out her wishes.”
Alison’s decision saved the lives of five people - helping her legacy to live on inside them.
One of Alison’s heart valves was used to save a six-day-old infant boy with a failing heart.
A woman in her 50s received part of Alison’s pancreas, and a woman in her 30s and a man in his 40s each have one of her kidneys.