National Foundation for Transplants

National Foundation for Transplants

NFT was established in 1983, in Memphis, TN. Originally named the Liver Organ Transplant Fund, the organization was founded by three caring and compassionate women after they read about a young girl who needed a liver transplant but could not afford the procedure. These women – Mary Clouse, Liz Hull and Elise Waldheim – worked hard to raise funds for the transplant and related expenses, and their tireless dedication contributed to the patient’s successful transplant.

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