Thank You Momentum Nonprofit Partners
“No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.” – H.E. Luccock
Thank you Momentum Nonprofit Partners for including us! Your generosity strengthens our work and the efforts of all laboring for the common good.
You can help us help the most vulnerable population. Since 1983, the National Foundation for Transplants has helped remove financial barriers for transplant patients who could not afford the necessary life-saving treatment. Today, they need our help more than ever.
Broadcast live from New York! Roxanne Watson, Host of The Michael’s Gifts Show and Michelle Gilchrist, CEO of the National Foundation for Transplants discussed transplant patients and COVID-19. Listen to the archived show.
Second Chances Begin Here
At NFT, we assist you in acquiring the educational, financial and long-term support you need. If you are a patient, please refer to the “Get Help” page.
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The Lights for Life Neon 5K scheduled for Friday, April 3rd has been postponed due to Shelby County COVID-19 protocol. We are unsure of the new date, but will notify you once a new date has been set.
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patients on the transplant waiting list, of which 95% need a kidney or liver
Americans facing end-stage renal disease
Americans on dialysis
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.
MY SECOND CHANCE
Al Nykamp, a NFT patient, was diagnosed with three conditions, hemophilia, Hepatitis C, and cancer over his lifetime beginning when he was a newborn. He shared in an interview in May with Rene Wisely of Michigan Health that being cured of his conditions was...
When the National Foundation for Transplants opened its COVID-19 Response Center in April, it was to help transplant patients navigate financial challenges during a difficult time. Patients who had either received their transplant or were waiting for their second...
For all of our success, there are more patients every year who need our help. Help us fulfill our mission.