“The Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) alleviated a tremendous amount of stress for our family. We were in the middle of receiving a deluge of complicated medical information about Zoe and there were so many unknowns. At first we did not even think about the financial impact of a life-saving transplant. COTA gently helped us Read More

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Transplant Professionals

Each transplant social worker, financial coordinator, transplant coordinator and transplant professional is literally a lifeline between the Children’s Organ Transplant Association and our families. COTA is honored to be the Trusted Leader Supporting Transplant Families … For a Lifetime.

The following comments were submitted in a recent COTA survey of transplant professionals:

COTA has been a lifesaver for many of our families. Sometimes families do not know how they will manage the financial aspect of their child’s care. The staff at COTA is well trained to understand the financial needs our families go through.

I recently had my first few experiences with COTA and I am so impressed with the response and involvement of the staff. The interaction was so personal and their investment in the patients and families is well beyond anything I could have imagined. I am very thankful that an organization of this caliber exists.

Never give up’ – COTA’s resources, tools, professionals and volunteers are always here for our families.

COTA Materials are readily available for you and your families.  Contact COTA directly for additional information or with any questions.  If you would like a COTA team member to visit your hospital or transplant center, please email gro.a1571235690toc@r1571235690efinn1571235690eJ1571235690.

COTA is a proud supporter of the Society for Transplant Social Workers (STSW), NATCO and the Transplant Financial Coordinators Association (TFCA).

Did You Know?

  • The Children’s Organ Transplant Association is the owner and administrator of all funds; transplant families are not taxed on these funds nor do these funds jeopardize assistance program participation.
  • The Children’s Organ Transplant Association does not charge for its services. 100% of funds raised in honor of patients are available for transplant-related expenses.