Exciting news — the Stanford Heart Transplant Program has just adopted TransplantNet (TNet) to make it easier for their patients to contact the families of their donors!
If you received a heart transplant at Stanford, you may use our website to safely contact your donor family (it’s free!). Once you send your letter through TNet, your social … Read more »
We now have organ transplant recipient and donor family sample letters to help our users. Simply fill in the blanks to craft your own meaningful letter to your donor family or loved one’s recipients.
Also, the instructions section has a new look! We hope it is now easier to use. Find help on … Read more »
We now have our very own Facebook page!Click here to check it out and connect with us on social media. Your “likes” and “shares” would be very much appreciated as we continue pursuing our dual mission of connecting transplant recipients and their donor families as well as promoting organ/tissue donation.
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To portray how tragedy can lead to hope through organ donation, TNet shares the letters of users who consent to having their letters to the other end of their gift of life published on this website. Two letters written by transplant recipients to the families of their donors have now been posted.
Donate Life America’s 12th Rose Parade float will be one of the 41 floats at the Pasadena event on New Year’s Day. The float both promotes organ, eye and tissue donation awareness and honors the generosity of living and deceased donors. The 2015 float is coordinated by OneLegacy, the organ procurement organization that serves the Los Angeles metropolitan … Read more »
TransplantNet (TNet) is ready for launch! Patients from the UCSF kidney and liver transplant programs can now use TNet to send letters electronically to the families of their donors. Donor families who have worked with the California Transplant Donor Network may also use our system to send electronic letters to the recipients of their loved ones’ donations. Instructions can be … Read more »