Living Longer, Healthier Lives
Thanks to GTF services, more people in Georgia are living longer with transplanted organs and are resuming healthy, productive lives. As Georgia's organ transplant population continues to increase, GTF remains the only organization providing critical, non-medical assistance.
Financial Assistance Programs
These programs offer transitional, short-term support to individuals and families affected by transplantation.
Transplant Fundraising Program (TFP)
This program assists transplant candidates and recipients in preparing financially for the ongoing costs of transplantation, specifically prescription medication expenses and insurance premiums.
Education & Community Programs
Support programs and services geared towards educating and supporting the community affected by transplantation.
BROWSE OUR PROGRAMS
Realizing that transplantation poses financial hardships on the entire family, the Georgia Transplant Foundation annually awards academic scholarships to selected students who are transplant recipients, dependents of a transplant recipient, living donors, parents or the sibling of a transplant recipient under the age of 22.
The Mentor Project
Waiting for and receiving an organ transplant is a very emotional time. Learning that you or a family member needs a transplant, going through the evaluation process, waiting for the call, having the surgery, recovering, and then adjusting to “chronic wellness” – life after transplant – can be a wonderful but overwhelming, stressful, and anxious time. That’s where The Mentor Project can provide assistance!