We Can Do All Things
Our Mission: Optimizing the lives of those affected by organ transplantation and heatstroke illness
- Share Gavin’s story of faith and resilience to inspire hope in individuals experiencing minor setbacks.
- Provide programs to help maximize overall recovery.
- Join with a medical team to create appropriate regimens and monitoring during rehabilitation.
- Create funds for patients and their families who lack the ability to afford lodging during the transplant process.
Connect- Connect with youth, high school, college, and professional athletes
Educate- Educate the community in their understanding of the prevention, recognition, treatment, and recovery of heatstroke illness and the facts of organ donation.
Build- Build the strongest organ donation community.
September 2014 Team YOLT Donate Life Family
Fun Run and 5K. Gavin, Dr. Potosky, Dr. LaMattina, and Dr. Barth
There are 110,000 people on the transplant waitlist.
On average, 20 people die each day while waiting for a transplant.
One donor can save 8 lives.
The mission of the Korey Stringer Institute is to provide research, education, advocacy and consultation to maximize performance, optimize safety and prevent sudden death for the athlete, warfighter and laborer.
KSI serves the needs of active individuals and athletes at all levels –– youth, high school, college, professional, people who are physically active, recreational athletes –– and those who supervise and care for these individuals. Components of these services include: consultations, advocacy, education, research, athlete testing, and mass-market outreach.