Aaron Tant

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A nonprofit fundraiser supporting

National Foundation for Transplants, Inc.
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$2,575

raised by 10 people

$10,000 goal

9 years left

Aaron Tant

Transplant Type:   Kidney

What if you were living on borrowed time? 

When Travis, Aaron Tant’s former coworker and friend, made a desperate plea on social media to help his wife Sarah find a kidney, Aaron was quick to answer the call. He carefully considered his donation decision and discussed it with his loved ones as well. Thankfully, his family is supportive of Aaron’s selfless decision and will be by his side every step of the way.

Unfortunately, Aaron’s gift of life doesn’t come without its struggles.

While a portion of the medical costs related to Aaron’s donation are covered by insurance, he will still feel a financial impact. Aaron will have to be off work for up to three months for testing, surgery, and recovery. The transplant center is over 70 miles away from Aaron’s home, and he and his wife will have to stay nearby as he recovers. He will also have to travel back and forth for follow up appointments for two years following the transplant.

Despite the financial obstacles, Aaron considers it an honor to be able to step up and give Sarah the gift of life. Once the transplant has taken place and he recovers, he looks forward to continuing to work and make memories with loved ones.

You can help by making a tax-deductible donation to the National Foundation for Transplants in honor of Aaron.  

If you'd prefer to send your gift by mail, please send it to the National Foundation for Transplants, 3249 W. Sarazen’s Circle, Suite 100, Memphis, TN 38125.  Please be sure to write "in honor of Aaron Tant” in the memo line.

Thank you for your generosity!

Transplant Center:   University of Kentucky Medical Center (Transplant Center).

If you have any questions about The National Foundation for Transplants, feel free to contact the staff at 800-489-3863.

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