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Mid-America Transplant United

At Mid-America Transplant United (formerly Team Transplant St. Louis), our mission is to celebrate life, encourage donation, and become a resource for those affected by organ, eye and tissue transplantation.

Who We Are

We are donor families, living donors, transplant recipients, and individuals awaiting transplant.  Our members hail from eastern and southern Missouri, southern Illinois, and northeast Arkansas, but we are all connected by our life-changing experiences with organ, eye, and tissue donation.


While we encourage all of our members to participate in the Transplant Games of America, athletic ability is not a requirement.  We welcome members of all ages, abilities, and experiences. 

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What We Do

Mid-America Transplant United comes together year-round to honor donors, support donor families, raise awareness of the need for donation and transplantation, and celebrate life at the Transplant Games of America.

Throughout the year, we host events where you can share your story, honor donors, support donor families, and connect with other affected by donation and transplantation. 

Part of our mission is to raise awareness of the need for organ, eye, and tissue donation.  Our members regularly attend events and registration drives to share their stories and encourage others to register for donation.


Transplant Games

The Transplant Games aims to increase awareness of the importance of organ, cornea, bone marrow, and tissue donation through the lives of athlete-recipients and the lasting legacy of donors. This multi-sport festival is open to transplant recipients as well as living donors. In addition to sporting activities, many events are held for donor families and event supporters.

Events include:

  • Swimming

  • Track and field

  • Volleyball

  • Basketball

  • Bowling

  • Darts

  • Cycling

  • Tennis

Get Involved

To learn more or to join Mid-America Transplant United, contact us at or 314-788-9242.  

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