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Heart transplants don’t last a lifetime, the average is 17 years.
One in four kids face a chance of needing another within 5 years.

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ICYMI - Learn More about New Methods of Detecting Rejection!


Watch Enduring Hearts funded researchers. Dr. Justin Godown and Dr. Jonathon Soslow discuss the latest in research trends to find better methods of detecting organ rejection with our Chief Executive Officer, Carolyn Salvador!

Challenge Fund

Contribute today to have DOUBLE THE IMPACT tomorrow! Challenge Fund Donations will be used to raise community matching gifts on #GivingTuesday, December 1st, 2020. 

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We have launched our brand new blog where we will be posting the latest news, research updates, and much more!

Road to Recovery Gas Card Program


Help mitigate the cost fuel for the frequent travel associated with transplant care by supporting the Road to Recovery Gas Card Program today!

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2020 Enduring Hearts Challenge Fund

Contribute today to have DOUBLE the impact tomorrow! On December 1, 2020, Enduring Hearts will participate #GivingTuesday.       

#GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past seven years, it has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. Challenge Fund Donations will be used to raise community matching gifts on #GivingTuesday. 

Enduring Hearts is laser-focused on funding innovative research aimed toward increasing the longevity of pediatric heart transplants, improving the quality of life of children living with a new heart and eliminate pediatric heart diseases that may lead to a transplant.
Our Scientific Advisory Committee, comprised of top pediatric cardiologists and immunologists who ensure that our funding is used to support promising research in the pediatric heart transplantation realm.
Our research wouldn’t exist without your help! Enduring Hearts is the only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to pediatric research that helps kids with heart transplants live longer healthier lives. Your donation today will give these children back their childhood tomorrow. Learn more about the many ways you can help!
Our Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), comprised of top pediatric cardiologists and immunologist helps us identify and curate clinical research projects and new emerging technologies that focus on understanding the cause, development, and prevention of human transplantation diseases.
Our research couldn’t exist without your help. Please consider one of the many easy ways we have to help us save the lives of children living with heart failure. Attend an event, host or become a fundraiser, become a sponsor, round up your purchases, or make a donation.

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Nominate your heart hero for the Enduring Heart and Soul Transplant Coordinator Award Today! This award was designed to celebrate the invaluable role that pediatric heart transplant coordinators have in coaching those going through the transplantation journey. This provides families and colleagues with the opportunity to nominate and acknowledge the many unsung heroes that play such a critical role in a child’s heart transplant team.
For more information, to nominate, or to view last year's winner: https://hubs.ly/H0y1m5F0
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Townes was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and received his first catheterization procedure immediately following his birth. When he was just one day old, his family learned his best chance at survival would be a life-saving transplant. Before he was two months old, he received the gift of life and was able to become the very first pediatric heart transplant patient to go home from Monroe Carrell Children's Hospital of Vanderbilt during the global pandemic!

Support the Enduring Hearts mission today to help us create a world where every child in need of a new heart, like Townes, is able to get one that lasts a lifetime!

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A transplant is not a cure. The average lasting only 17 years. We are the only nonprofit solely dedicated to funding innovative research that helps kids living with heart transplants live longer, healthier lives. Give the gift of childhood today!
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Reasons to smile: North Texas boy celebrates a healthy heart after several surgeries.
Wade's mom Chelsea says that he's celebrating four years after receiving 2 separate heart surgeries in two days to fix a congenital heart defect. Watch more here: https://t.co/jktkjFcbpO

Nominate your heart hero for the 2020 Transplant Coordinator Award! This award was designed to celebrate the invaluable role that pediatric heart transplant coordinators have in coaching those going along the transplantation journey.
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Today is #GlobalHandwashingDay 🧼🧼 Make sure you are washing your hands with soap and water regularly to stay clean and help stop the spread of #COVID19 and many other infections as well! 🧼🧼 https://t.co/VdgIPwkDiW EnduringHearts photo

A rare genetic heart condition meant all three young siblings from Arizona needed lifesaving #hearttransplants! Thanks to the gifts from their heroic donors and the generosity from their donors' families, the siblings can all grow up together. 💚💙
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Decades after life-saving surgery as an infant, Northeast Ohio woman born with half a heart receives a transplant. Read more about Jessica Fletcher's incredible journey here: https://t.co/8XaeJ8qfAk