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Giving Hope … Making Miracles. Transplant Financial Coordinators Association Conference October 22, 2009 San Diego, California. Children’s Organ Transplant Association ®. Mission.

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Giving Hope … Making Miracles

Transplant Financial Coordinators Association Conference

October 22, 2009

San Diego, California

Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

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Mission

The Children's Organ Transplant Association helps children and young adults who need a life-saving transplant by providing fundraising assistance and family support.

Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

COTA Keys To Success

  • 100% Patient Benefit
  • Website Resources
  • Challenge & Reallocation Grants
  • Personal Onsite Training
  • Meeting Expenses

Josef Walker

Shands Transplant Center at the University of Florida

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Specific Patient Case Study

About Rachel Smith

Rachel Smith was born on January 18, 2005 and was “the picture of health;” but was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder.

In Rachel’s case, she would most likely die in her teens after enduring serious side effects during a short life.

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Specific Patient Case Study

Rachel’s best option was a cord blood transplant, and she had her transplant at Duke University Medical Center on November 21, 2007.

The goal was for a full recovery by April 2008 and for Rachel to be home.

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Specific Patient Case Study

Due to complications, Rachel’s family has remained in Durham.

The original fund raising goal of $65,000 was met, but with their extended stay, COTA set a new goal of $175,000 with the hope that Rachel will be home by December 2009.

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

100% Patient Benefit

Funds raised through COTA are used for lifetime transplant expenses, not just what is needed today.

No fee for patient services over our 23 year history.

Cole Hafer

Richmond, Virginia

Liver Transplant Candidate

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Website Resources

Each patient has a website that empowers families to communicate with friends and supporters; publish photos and video; raise funds, and publicize current needs and successes.

Jessica Land

Georgetown University Hospital

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Website Donations & Matching Gifts

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Patient Financial Needs

Challenge Grants

More than $2,600,000 granted through our ‘Challenge Grant Fund’.

Each campaign family is eligible for up to $10,000 in grants.

Amira Bridges

Seattle Children’s Hospital

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Patient Financial Needs

Patient Reallocation Grants

More than $600,000 was granted to meet the transplant expenses in 2008 & 2009, and the average grant was nearly $4,000.

Grace Moore

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association

Patient Financial Needs

COTA has proven training and support programs to make fundraising successful.

So now, because of the poor economy, we feel it is the best time to speak to transplant families about fundraising. 

Savannah Anselmo

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Personal Onsite Training

COTA staff travels to your patients’ hometown for volunteer training after initial phone training is complete, and volunteers are ready to raise funds.

Jadyn Eckert

Levine Children’s Hospital

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Personal Onsite Training

COTA is making it even easier to raise funds with onsite training and ongoing phone support – plus new searchable website resources.

Recently, COTA began work with families to identify one key campaign leader to start the campaign process.

Lauren Seiders (and Owen)

Riley Hospital for Children’s

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Meeting Patient Expenses

We assist families at any stage of the transplant process, but those we can help the most are pre-transplant patients you know are advisable.

Malachi Beauchamp

MUSC Hospital

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association

The Ohio American Legion has challenged Ohio Legionnaires to each contribute 50 cents to COTA kids. When the year is complete, this will amount to more than $60,000 raised for Ohio patients.

National partnerships like this help families even without large groups of volunteers.

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Center Relationships

Referrals

To make referring patients easier, please send all in need of financial assistance to COTA, and we will work with them to ensure they receive access to the help they need.

Mandy Ward

Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®

Investment Policies in Difficult Times

COTA investments are managed by an independent professional investment advisory team that monitors activity on a daily basis.  The investment returns, and risks, are reviewed monthly by our CPA and myself.  These investments are also reported to, and reviewed by, our Board’s Finance Committee. 

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Children’s Organ Transplant Association®2501 West COTA Drive Bloomington, Indiana 47403 800.366.2682 812.336.8885 (fax)www.cota.orgcota@cota.org