The American Transplant Foundation is again helping bring cheer this holiday season to the families of transplant and dialysis patients in need. Some are […]
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A special group of transplant recipients and living donors will run/walk with Team Transplant to prove it’s possible to lead a healthy, active life even […]
The 17th Annual Donor Dash is a 5K run/walk dedicated to honoring the lives of organ and tissue donors, celebrating the lives of organ and […]
American Transplant Foundation’s Executive Director, Anastasia Darwish, is interviewed for this article produced by USNews.com When Liza Mason retired from her busy career in the […]
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 […]
An 11-year-old Highlands Ranch girl who was born with bilary atresia and spent the first seven months of her life in and out of Children’s […]
It isn’t every day that The Fray plays some songs and gives some personal messages in the middle of a fundraiser. But then again, […]
It’s been 13 years since Denver attorney Steve Farber got the news that he would need a kidney transplant, but he recalls it like it […]
Team Transplant Rides Elephant Rock 2016 was one for the books! This year, our team comprised of 18 health care professionals, 8 transplant recipients, 8 […]
For the last seven years, the American Transplant Foundation and its team of enthusiastic cyclists have plied the courses of the Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling […]
The American Transplant Foundation (ATF) is the only 501 (c)(3) nonprofit in the country that provides three tiers of support for living donors, transplant recipients, and their families. We go beyond awareness by providing real help to patients who need it the most. Join us and be part of the community fighting for the lives of those on the transplant wait list.