In honor of 10 years of service, and to recognize heroes who have gone above and beyond to advance the transplant community and to save lives through living organ donation, the American Transplant Foundation hosted an incredible celebration of life on June 11th.
Honorees, community leaders, transplant recipients, living donors, and medical professionals gathered at the Ritz-Carlton to enjoy a memorable evening. Oz Pearlman, mentalist and finalist on America’s Got Talent, was the evening’s emcee and dazzled guests with his mind reading skills. Attendees were also treated to an acoustic performance by The Fray members Joe King and Isaac Slade, including the song “How to Save a Life,” for which the award for altruistic living donors is named.
After Party guests enjoyed complimentary signature cocktails and an array of tempting desserts while they danced the night away to the funk-soul-blues band Tracksuit Wedding.
Overall, the Transplant Hero Awards raised more than a half a million dollars to fund the American Transplant Foundation’s lifesaving programs. Thank you to our Event Chairs, Pat Hamill and Karly and Brad Farber, and all our Event Co-chairs and Planning Committee members for their efforts to make this evening such a success. Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor, Larry Mizel and MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation, and all our amazing sponsors, for their ongoing support. And lastly, thank you to Steve Farber. Without you, none of this would be possible.
Together, we save lives.
Check out photos from the Transplant Hero Awards Gala!
Decor and The Fray Soundcheck – Cocktail Reception – Program – After Party
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