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8 Clients Get the Gift of New Life in November

Three photos of Help Hope Live clients who received a transplant in November 2023 with the Help Hope Live: Trusted Medical Fundraising logo. The first is a woman with light brown skin and shoulder-length dark hair laughing heartily as she and her husband, who has light brown skin, glasses, and short dark hair, hold a silver balloon shaped like the word YAY! with additional confetti-filled balloons behind them. In the second photo, a man lying in a hospital bed with tubes connected to his body and hose gives a peace sign as the woman beside him takes a selfie. He has light skin, black rimmed glasses, and short gray hair. She has light skin, dark eyes, and dark hair pulled back and she wears a white t-shirt. The final photo is a woman with light brown skin, dark eyes, dark hair pulled back, and black rimmed glasses who is smiling as she sits in a hospital bed with a gown.

“Still lots of rehabilitation to come, but her progress is awesome. Miracles happen.”


Veronica Dickerson



John A Lee

Mike Long


double lung

Patricia Gonzalez

Darrick Calloway

Jose D’Abruzzo

Edwin Delgado


bone marrow

Benjamin Bustos Fierro

Text reads Touched by Transplant within a blue circle on a bright orange background with a blooming vine decorative design in teal, yellow, and light green.

Bringing Hope Home

A transplant is just the first step in a new journey toward greater health, healing, and hope. Post-transplant, families often fundraise with Help Hope Live to protect and sustain their incredible gift of new life.

Without community support, many patient families would be unable to cover the out-of-pocket cost of life after transplant.

That’s why we’re here to provide secure, trusted medical fundraising campaigns for transplant families – before, during, and after transplant.

Donations from people like you have fueled our mission since 1983. Your support has saved lives.

Please keep giving so we can help patients bring hope with them when they return home after transplant.

Written by Emily Progin