About Us

At Transplant Families, well-being is at the forefront of what we’re working together towards. We are transplant families just like you. Our kids have seen more in childhood than most of us will in a lifetime. They are gifted life through real-life superheroes, their donors. And we as families (dads, moms, sisters, brothers and so many more) get to be with our transplant kids in this crazy new journey in life. We are here to offer hope. Hope told through the stories of fellow families who have been there before us. We are hoping that in these stories, we can find strength, courage, and resolve. In addition, we are offering resource links to many different community partners that are here to help with everything from medical bills, scholarships and so much more. We also want to recognize our extended family we call our transplant team. Hopefully, you will find these helpful in your own journey. Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members reach their goals and fulfill their potential. Learn more about the positive impact we have and join us in bringing about positive change.

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Welcome Bag

Are you from a transplant center in need of bags for new recipient families?  Contact us now.

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Save the Date for our next Pediatric Transplant Conference!

Graduation Caps


Apply for our pediatric transplant recipient scholarship.

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View our Pediatric Transplant Alliance Members in your area.  Or apply to be part of the combined network.

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I want to volunteer!


Welcome Newly listed Transplant Families

I'm a new transplant family and need help now!

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I need to talk to a fellow transplant family



I want to learn more about transplant topics.

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I want to make a donation OR Sponsor a Transplant Families event.



Join other transplant recipient community supports from all over the country (and sometimes further)


“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see”

Mark Twain

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Your first source of information should ALWAYS be your transplant team and mainly your transplant coordinator. They have a vast knowledge of all things related to transplant. They are your child’s first advocate outside of yourself.

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