Second Chances Begin Here
If you’re a friend of family member of a transplant patient, we are glad you are here. We would love to talk to you about our fundraising tools and how you can help raise funds to help the Mission of National Foundation for Transplants. Click Fundraise and enter your email to create an account. We will reach out with ideas and best practices for fundraising.
If you are a referring medical professional, we can help. Contact Us to find out how.
To make a gift to National Foundation for Transplants, click the “Donate Now” button to find out how to help today!
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The Adopt-a-Patient site offers donors information to help them relate, connect, and give to individuals in need. This practical tool answers the questions of how their financial donation will be used and whose life can be saved or healed.
patients on the waiting list
January – December 2022
1 donor can save 8 lives
Help is what we do
There are three key areas that highlight the many ways we help patients and their families navigate the organ transplant journey.
A fundraising consultant is assigned to every patient to assist their fundraising campaign. Consultants are full-time staff members, available M-F, 8:30 to 4:30 CST.
Payments & Reimbursement
Patients financial needs are immediate. NFT provides prompt processing of submitted payment requests via direct payment to providers or direct deposit to the patient.
Peace of Mind
NFT relies on public trust to do our work and strive to continuously maintain that trust through our commitment to ethical principles, transparency, and accountability. Our operation is one of the most efficient of its kind.
MY SECOND CHANCE
On Tuesday National Foundation for Transplants announced that Jared Wall is the organization’s new president and chief executive officer. Wall, coming from a senior leadership position with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, has joined the organization full time at...
While awaiting passage of a federal Living Donor Protection Act (LDPA), more than half of states now have their own version (28 at last count). In fact, like North Carolina, some actually are more generous than the federal version (by including paid leave for state...
For all of our success, there are more patients every year who need our help. Help us fulfill our mission.