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A screen capture from a Facebook Live on donation in multicultural communities.
Mid-America Transplant, Community
A diverse panel of experts, community leaders, and transplant recipients provided insight into the impact and importance of organ and tissue donation and transplantation Saturday during a Facebook Live Townhall.
A Mid-America Transplant volunteer hands out water and information about organ and tissue donation at the Florissant DMV.
Mid-America Transplant, Community
Hero wall at Mid-America Transplant
Mid-America Transplant
Through the generosity of donors and in partnership with more than 120 hospitals in the region, Mid-America Transplant is projecting more lives will be saved in 2020 than ever before.
Gift of Life donor medal
Mid-America Transplant, Hospital Partner
Every day, we at Mid-America Transplant are humbled by the countless stories of generous donor families, the perseverance of transplant patients, and the incredibly talented medical professionals with whom we work every day to save lives. 2019 was a truly remarkable year for organ and tissue transplant in our region.
Mercy Hospital Jefferson held a flag raising ceremony, adding the Donate Life flag.
Mid-America Transplant, Community, Donor Family, Hospital Partner
Mercy Hospital Jefferson raised a Donate Life flag Tuesday morning to honor heroic organ and tissue donors after a ceremony to bless the new flagpole.
National Minority Donor Awareness Month graphic: One Voice, One Vision To Save and Heal Lives
Mid-America Transplant, Community
National Minority Donor Awareness Month aims to bring heightened awareness to donation and transplantation in diverse communities.
Two women walk in the 2019 Celebrate Life 5K.
Mid-America Transplant, Community, Donor Family
As a precaution to the ongoing global pandemic, the Celebrate Life 5K Run/Walk is moving to a fully virtual event this fall.
The NEA Baptist Center for Good Grief offers a teletherapy program.
Mid-America Transplant, Community, Donor Family
Supported by a grant from the Mid-America Transplant Foundation, the NEA Baptist Center for Good Grief planned on introduced telemental health services in 2020.
Children participate in a grief support activity at Lost and Found Grief Center.
Mid-America Transplant, Community, Donor Family
The Mid-America Transplant Foundation Board of Directors approved more than $470,000 to support grief centers serving Mid-America Transplant’s service area in alignment with its mission to save and heal lives in the community it serves.
Male patient of Casa de Salud at the health clinic.
Mid-America Transplant, Community
The Mid-America Transplant Foundation Board of Directors pledged more than $210,000 in grant funding requests to partner organizations committed to decreasing the need for transplants through preventative health measures and supporting recipients by ensuring they have access to care and resources they need.