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We are an Arizona charity that supports the organ transplant community through organ donation and transplantation advocacy.

We engage our community through event participation and knowledge sharing activities to support our mission.

Help support us by volunteering, giving a tax deductible donation, becoming an organ donor, or spreading the word about us.

Register with us and we can help you on your transplant journey!



Bowlero Christown

1919 W Bethany Home Rd, Phoenix, AZ, 85015

$20 for 3 games, cash or check only

Meet at noon

Dates: August 25, September 11 & 21, October 9 & 23, November 13 & 27, December 11, January 8 & 22, February 5 & 19, March 5 & 21, April 2, 16 & 30 and May 14 & 21.


Bowlero will be donating a team t-shirt and pizza party at the end […]


Donor Dash | Dec 4, 2021





Register here for the 2nd Annual Donor Dash 10K*5K*1K Family Fun Run and Doggie Dash!

produced by Startline Racing

Where:  Kiwanis Park, 101 W Baseline, Tempe, AZ

When:  Saturday, December 4, 2021 Registration 8 am, 10K begins at 9 am

What:  All proceeds to benefit Transplant Community Alliance’s Living Assistance Fund. This fund provides much-needed services to transplant recipients such as medication, temporary housing, and travel through the transplant process and beyond.


Fundraiser Raffle | Dec 17, 2021

Buy tickets to enter the raffle for a 2021 Ford Bronco and Support the Transplant Team!

When: Raffle drawing will be on December 17, 2021.

What: We have the unique opportunity to fundraise as a team for the team, so that each person can attend the Transplant Games of America regardless of income or expense.

If you would like to purchase a raffle ticket, click “Buy Tickets.”


Our Stories

Running for Victory and the Gift of Life

Written by Melissa McQueen

Melissa interviewed Tracy Wingo in mid-October about her kidney transplant.  This is her story.
Let’s start from the beginning. How did this all begin?
It was a surprising diagnosis to me. I am a runner, and I was running marathons and training hard. This was back before 2016. I remember laying on the couch, and my husband would touch my legs, and he would say, “You look like you have edema and your legs.” He always thought I was just impacted by running. I had no idea what it was. I’m never sick.

And then July-ish of 2016, I was training for some races, […]

November 1, 2021|0 Comments

Welcome to the annual Ask the Experts event hosted by the American Liver Foundation and Banner University Medicine.

November 1, 2021

6:00pm PST/ “virtual” doors open at 5:30

This educational session is meant for family, friends, and individuals who have been diagnosed with advanced liver disease. Please join us in a FREE opportunity to engage our expert panel of Physicians and Healthcare Professionals with questions about liver disease, liver cancer, diet and nutrition, COVID-19 vaccines, and many more relevant topics.


Speakers and Topics

Keynote address […]

October 1, 2021|0 Comments

Collaboration of centers & persistence of family helps boy get new liver

Collaboration of Pediatric Centers Helps Boy Get New Liver

Written by Melissa McQueen

A couple of weeks after Isaac’s seventh birthday that falls on October 31st, he became sick with what they thought was just a cold or a virus. His mom Alona said, “I didn’t think anything of it, we would give him Tylenol to help him with his fever, and then let him rest.” But he was just not himself. “I’ve never seen him sick like this, not be running around being a crazy tough kid.” says his mom. One day, he woke up around Thanksgiving, and his eyes were yellow, and his urine […]

September 30, 2021|0 Comments

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