Give to Gift of Life
There are many ways to support Gift of Life and its sister organizations, including making a charitable financial donation. Your contribution is greatly appreciated. It helps us support transplant patients and raise awareness for the life-saving and healing power of organ and tissue donation.
Transplant Foundation enhances our mission through services that support organ and tissue donor families and recipients. Learn more about some of these programs below.
To contribute by check, please make the check out to “Transplant Foundation” and mail to: Gift of Life Donor Program, 401 N. 3rd. St., Philadelphia, PA 19123
The Foundation collaborates with academic, faith-based, professional and community organizations to present educational programs, build partnerships, hold special events and ”give back” to our generous community.
Gift of Life Family House provides temporary lodging, meals and support for transplant families.
It serves as a “home away from home” by providing safe and comfortable lodging, home-cooked meals, transportation and an array of supportive services for families who must travel to Philadelphia’s world-class hospitals for life saving transplant care.
Transplant Pregnancy Registry International (TPRI) studies post-transplant parenthood and the effects of medications on fertility and pregnancy, providing guidance to families around the world. Since it’s founding in 1991, TPRI has tracked more than 5,000 post-transplant pregnancy outcomes, sharing information with countless transplant recipients and their healthcare teams making family planning decisions.
The Transplant Foundation’s Grant Program funds innovative research in support of donation and transplantation.
Camp Jeremy is a summer day camp that brings together children who have undergone a life-saving transplant, and their siblings, for a week of fun and friendship.
Gift of Life organizes a team to participate in the biennial Transplant Games of America, an Olympic-style competition that highlights transplant success and celebrates those whose lives were touched by organ and tissue donation.