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 to increase the number of registered donors substantially through the WCTF website, thereby increasing the number of pediatric organ transplants within the U.S.
Mark Kroeker, former Deputy Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, who is Founder and Chairman of the World Children’s Transplant Fund stated “ With a growing list of children who die every day waiting for an organ donor, there is no better time than today to enlist families to become organ donors. We deeply hope that every La Opinion reader who sees our ads will reflect on their opportunity of a lifetime to save a life, especially the life of a child by the wonderful gift of organ donation”
More than 188,000 people worldwide, are currently waiting for an organ donation. Of these, twenty-two people die every day waiting for an organ to be available.
The World Children’s Transplant Fund strives to provide as many opportunities as possible for lifesaving transplant surgery to children of the world through the use of training, technology and teaching.
Help save lives and contribute to this important campaign by visiting WCTF.org today. You can also make a financial donation by visiting our website.
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The World Children’s Transplant Fund
Founder and Chairman of the WCTF