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ECHO stands for Every Community Has Opportunity – the opportunity to save and heal lives through donation and transplantation.
The Mid-America Transplant Foundation’s Board of Directors awarded more than $850,000 in May to four research projects seeking to improve the lifesaving impact of organ and tissue donation and transplantation.
The Mid-America Transplant Foundation’s Board of Directors of approved about $450,000 in funding through seven partner grants – five to organizations providing grief services – in giving back to the communities through responsible stewardship of the Foundation’s resources.
Two first pitches, in honor of a donor and in celebration of a recipient, conclude the inaugural Green Up Games at Southern Illinois University’s softball regular season finale.
Kidney and two-time heart recipient Bill Coon shared his story with more than 300 students at Mid-America Transplant’s inaugural Donate Life High School Rally.
The Homers for Health Game Ball Relay is a partnership between SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hopsital and the St. Louis Cardinals in which patients form the hospital run a relay with the Opening Day game ball from SSM Health Cardinal Glennon to Busch Stadium.