Read More/ Alvaro Gonzalez is a 14-year-old Nicaraguan boy who has recently received a kidney transplant. Post surgery, Alvaro requires ongoing medication, at a cost of $150 monthly.
Project Summary: Region: Philippines Funding Required: $5,000 Raised So Far: $1,000 Remaining Goal: $4,000 Kalem is a 2-year-old Filipino boy who received a liver transplant in August of 2017. Post surgery, Kalem is recovering well, but he requires a lifetime of medication and consultations and his family has no insurance. We are seeking 4 […]
Amela’s 20 Year Story Dear friends of the World Children’s Transplant Fund, As we celebrate the holidays and the arrival of a New Year, I am happy to tell you that with the support of friends like you, 20 New Years have come and gone with good health for a young Bosnian girl named […]
Encino, CA, 6/16/2017, The World Children’s Transplant Fund is launching a new Spanish speaking media campaign to increase awareness of the needs and benefits of organ donation. The campaign will target the Southern California Spanish speaking community by using print and social media. With a clear call to action, the goal of the campaign is […]
LOS ANGELES, Calif, February 15, 2017 /WCTF/– The World Children’s Transplant Fund Mexico, “Fundacion Mundial de Transplantes Para Niños” has hired its Executive Director and opened its web site: https://www.fundacionmundialdetrasplantesparaninos.com/ The Mexico chapter now has its own operating Board of Directors and has become self-sufficient. It is able to carry out its mission of […]
WCTF Family Reunion Luncheon Please join fellow WCTF Current and Former Board Members, Supporters and Friends Enjoy a Delicious Mexican Buffet Lunch at the Historic Los Angeles Police Academy Celebrate our Successes in Helping to Provide Opportunities for Life Saving Organ Transplants to the Children of Our World. Hear latest about our efforts in […]
The WCTF proposes to facilitate an advertising campaign focused on the Spanish speaking community within the broader Southern California region. Through the use of radio and print media, we will develop a campaign promoting the importance of organ donation.
Bring together pediatric transplant experts here in the United States to teach and train transplant staff in need of increased pediatric training, and updated training on new medical technology, from around the globe.
Los Angeles, CA (April 16, 2012) – The 2nd annual Global Partners Awards Dinner to benefit the World Children’s Transplant Fund (WCTF) was held at the Sheraton Universal Hotel – Starview Room on May 9, 2012. Right now, children all over the globe are desperately waiting for life-savings surgeries; you too can help save the […]
-Training of Armenian Doctors at USC Hospital Set for Six Months- LOS ANGELES, Calif, June 18, 2010 /WCTF/ — The World Children’s Transplant Fund (WCTF) is providing funding for Dr. Gegham Poghosyan and Dr. Davit Dallakyan, both of Armenia, to receive specialized pediatric transplant training at the USC University Hospital in Los Angeles. The goal […]