Stephanie B.

"I  would be beyond grateful for the gift of life. If someone can share a part of an organ that can be split to save someone’s life, my life…I would not be able to find the words to express the gratitude I would feel."

Stephanie— POtential liver Transplant Recipient

My name is Stephanie Bennett, and I am asking for your help to save my life.

I have chronic liver disease; this disease has taken over my ability to function normally and has done this for the last year. I can no longer live on my own, I have such recurrent hospitalizations that it seems like the hospital has become my second home. I am currently on palliative care as I wait for a potential liver.

I have so much to live for and I’m afraid If I don’t get a living donor I may not survive. My daughter has yet to get married, I have yet to become a grandma, and I'm just 44 years old. I like to shop and spend time with my family. Family time has become most important to me. When something like this happens you truly begin to value what’s important.

I have had one potential donor, but no follow up, the potential donor was told they were not at a healthy enough weight. I’m still searching for someone to become my living donor. I am asking this of both friends and strangers, because I have no immediate family available to donate. Living donor transplants generally have better outcomes and can be arranged at a time convenient for both parties. No waiting and wondering while my body continues to weaken.

If you are interested:

Fill the form out, then a team member should follow up with you within 7 to 10 days. If not please contact them to make sure that they got your form.

Evaluation tests happen at University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin.

Thank you for saving my life.


To Become My Living Donor:


Please take the questionnaire below if you would like to be tested to become my donor. ALL MEDICAL COSTS ARE PAID BY MY INSURANCE!


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