We're thrilled that Christian Brothers High School is partnering with the National Foundation for Transplants and our Raise Hope with Rockey campaign to raise awareness about organ donation. Students from three local schools are joining in the campaign, which is also raising funds for NFT. The school campaigns are all leading up to the big event--Organ Donation Awareness Night with the Memphis Redbirds!
Right now, more than 117,700 Americans are awaiting a lifesaving transplant. However, last year, only about 28,000 patients received transplants. As you can see, there is a major shortage of organ donors in our country. Please take this time to consider...
Such a beautiful moment. Last May, little Aubrie Miller received a lifesaving heart transplant. Her donor's family recently attended her first birthday party and were able to listen to their child's heart beating in precious Aubrie's body.
At his mom’s 20-week ultrasound, doctors could see there was a problem with Teddy Reid's kidneys, but they couldn’t tell how severe the problem was. When he was just six days old, Teddy’s parents learned he was in kidney failure and would need a kidney transplant. Although he is on the transplant waiting list, he cannot receive his transplant until he gains enough weight to sustain the operation....
Some things just really make the heart smile. This simple, precious gift was one of those things.
Little MaKayla Williams asked for family and friends to make donations to NFT in honor of kidney transplant patient Duncan Butler in lieu of gifts for her most recent birthday. Everyone at NFT was so touched by her generous gift, and we know it meant the world to...
Not only is today about celebrating those you love most, it's also a day to celebrate those who give the gift of life.
Today is National Donor Day, and everyone at NFT thanks YOU for being an organ donor. The need for organ donors is great, as more than 117,000 Americans are awaiting a lifesaving transplant. You can make a difference by becoming a donor today!
During a high school pep rally in 2003, her younger brother jokingly scared her by jumping on her back, causing her to faint.
After multiple tests, she received the shocking diagnosis of congestive heart failure and cardiomyopathy. Doctors say a heart transplant is essential to her survival. However, while she’s sick enough to need heart failure treatment, her heart function has not declined enough to add her to the transplant waiting list.