Transplant Australia exist to make the most of life – supporting those most vulnerable back to the fullness of health. We aim to provide education, friendship, support and guidance to all who are touched by transplantation including children, donor families, living donors and adult transplant recipients.

Often the journey back to health after a transplant can be a long and bumpy one. We aim to make that journey easier.

We have a range of support programs and are currently looking to build on our existing programs and grow to offer even more opportunities.

Program overviews

The Gift

Stories from Transplant Australia’s Journey of Hope, is a collection of heartfelt personal stories about the life-changing impact of organ donation.

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Transplant Kids

Transplant Australia’s Kids and Tackers Program offers transplant kids support, education and most importantly… a chance to have fun! This program incorporates numerous events that take many shapes and forms.

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Exercise for Life

Exercise for Life is a brand new program for Transplant Australia in 2015! It is important for all Australians to remain fit and physically active, but it is particularly crucial for transplant recipients. And this means transplant kids too. We have teamed up with the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne and Westmead Children’s Hospital in Sydney to work together to provide a platform for sport, physical activity, nutritional information and education.

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