Today, August 1st, marks the 16th annual National Minority Donor Awareness Day, a day designated to educating and increasing awareness about the critical need for organ transplant donors among minority communities.
According to the Department of Health and Human Services, more than 50 percent of the 114,000 people on transplant waiting lists are minorities. African Americans make up the biggest portion of minorities on the waiting list at 27 percent, followed by Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders. Learn more about living donations by ethnicity here.
In honor of National Minority Donor Awareness Day, the American Transplant Foundation is giving away a free pair of Team Transplant cycling socks to every person who purchases a Team Transplant cycling jersey! The first 25 purchasers will also receive a pair of Team Transplant arm warmers. Available today only.
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