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A brief history of the national foundation for transplants by dawn johnson usaa

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Previously an executive professional at the San Antonio headquarters of USAA, Dawn Johnson saw firsthand the importance of helping individuals prepare for and cope with the unexpected. Partly as a result of her experiences with USAA, Dawn Johnson supports many charitable organizations, such as the National Foundation for Transplants (NFT).

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A brief history of the national foundation for transplants by dawn johnson usaa

  1. 1. A Brief History of the National Foundation for Transplants BY DAWN JOHNSON USAA
  2. 2. A Brief History of the National Foundation for Transplants Previously an executive professional at the San Antonio headquarters of USAA, Dawn Johnson saw firsthand the importance of helping individuals prepare for and cope with the unexpected. Partly as a result of her experiences with USAA, Dawn Johnson supports many charitable organizations, such as the National Foundation for Transplants (NFT).
  3. 3. A Brief History of the National Foundation for Transplants Established in 1983 and originally known as the Liver Organ Transplant Fund in honor of its original patient, the National Foundation for Transplants now assists more than 2,500 patients each year. Founded by Mary Clouse, Liz Hull, and Elise Waldheim, the NFT is dedicated to empowering transplant patients to create hopeful futures that may otherwise be out of reach. Whether by volunteering to help run a fundraiser, providing emotional support, or even becoming an organ donor, there are many avenues for people across the country to get involved with the NFT. Annual events like the Raise Hope Golf Classic are also fun ways for individuals to support those who require assistance with organ transplants.

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