(Based on OPTN data as of July 29, 2016)
120,011 people waiting for a life saving transplant.
Average of 22 people die each day waiting for a transplant.
1 organ donor can save 8 lives and change the lives of more than 50.
Children account for 2% to 3% of the national waiting list.
I get by with a little help from my friends
"When I think about Bronco and his family and all that they have been through, I am filled with an overwhelming amount of appreciation and admiration. Bronco is an inspiration, and I am honored to be a part of his story and all that he still has to write. The patients, families, and staff at CSU are forever grateful." Vicki Haug
"Because of you, we are able to meet the needs of our patients and families whose stay in our hospital can be days, weeks or even months. In addition, your support of the Feed the Heart program allows these families to feel the comfort you share, as they may be experiencing stress, financial worry and concern for their entire family." Angie Duprey
"On March 7, 2016 the world as my family knew it would be forever changed. We would be thrown into a world of unknown, waiting, and a world that would test our faith, and make you feel as though you are the only person in a crowded room carrying a burden that is twice the size of you." Maygann Griffin
Georgia Pediatric Transplants By Organ Type
Bronco’s Benevolent Interview
Mena Naporano interviews others about Bronco Reese and his heart transplant. Truly raising awareness for pediatric organ donation.