Make an Impact

Everyday, the Lung Transplant Lifeline, is relentlessly pursuing ways to support life-saving research and patient support programs. We are on a mission to reduce infection rates, increase the number of patient support programs, and to support disadvantage transplant patients. But, we can’t do it alone. Our donors, advocates, and volunteers play a huge role in our ability to provide such services. From hosting an event, to becoming a board member, to being a monthly donor, there are several ways to help.

Make an Impact

Everyday, the Lung Transplant Lifeline, is relentlessly pursuing ways to support life-saving research and patient support programs. We are on a mission to reduce infection rates, increase the number pf patient support programs, and to support disadvantage transplant patients. But, we can’t do it alone. Our donors, advocates, and volunteers play a huge role in our ability to provide such services. From hosting an event, to becoming a board member, to being a monthly donor, there are several ways to help.

Join us for our community, to support life-saving research, and for a future easy breathing for every body.

Host an Event

FUNDRAISE

Turn your lung passion into action by hosting or participating in an event. Difference-makers help support Lung Transplant Lifeline in a variety of ways. Whether you want to host a dinner, 5k, cocktails for the cause, or to start a fundraising page in honor of a loved one, the team at LTL is here to help you. Please contact us today to realize your fundraising event.

• Participate in an Event

• Host Your Own Event

• Create a Virtual Event

• Host a School Fundraiser

• Honor an Individual

CONTACT US TODAY TO START PLANNING YOUR EVENT

Make an Impact

Donations fuel everything that we are able to do. As a nonprofit, we rely on your generosity to support patients and their families, and to support lifesaving research and treatments. Please, donate today.

• Monthly Donor

• Tribute Gifts

• Estate Gifts

• Gifts of Stocks & Bonds

• Giving through Private Foundations

• Corporate Matching Gifts

• Become a Sponsor

DONATE

to help us save a life, today

Become an organ donor

Make the ultimate gift, and register today to become an organ donor.
Please visit DONATELIFE.COM

DONATE

to help us save a life, today

Donate

When you make a tax-deductible donation to the Lung Transplant Project your funding the life-saving research that will solve the problems of lengthy wait times, rejection and infection.

Your donation will lead to smarter technologies, better quality of life, greatly improved outcomes and longer life expectancies for all lung transplant patients.

Thank you for making the decision to give the gift of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can LTL help find me an organ?

No, LTL does not procure organs. You must work with your transplant medical team and follow all legal guidelines.

Can LTL get me on the organ donor waitlist?

No, only your medical team can can get you listed.

Can LTL help patients with medical expenses?

This is one of our immediate goals, to help with the financial burden of transplant care. We are working on the qualifications with the hope of rolling out the qualifications on mid-2020. Until this program rolls out, we are unable to help at this time.

Can LTL help patients with travel expense related to transplant?

This is one of our immediate goals, to help with the financial burden of transplant care, including travel. We are working on the qualifications with the hope of rolling out the qualifications on mid-2020. Until this program rolls out, we are unable to help at this time.

I am a researcher, how do I apply for a grant?

The Foundation is working building out Requests for Applications (RFAs) platform. Once this platform is open, all proposals must be submitted online through the Foundation’s online grant submission system unless otherwise directed by a Foundation research staff member. In general, we do not accept unsolicited proposals.

What review criteria does LTL look for when selecting research proposals to fund?

LTL looks for scientifically compelling, logical, and well-crafted research proposals that offer real potential for improving treatments for people living with lung disease(s) to transplant patients. In general, proposals are reviewed along a number of key factors, including responsiveness to the specific funding program, scientific rationale, experimental design, investigator expertise, and overall feasibility.