COTA named newest partner

The American Legion, through resolution, has adopted the Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) as an official program. The resolution authorizes the Legion to work directly with COTA to promote the mutual aims and purposes of ensuring that children receive life-saving transplants.

Since 1989, the Legion has provided over $250,000 in grants to COTA, which calls its nationwide volunteer team Miracle Makers because of the hope they give to children and young adults who desperately need a second chance at life. COTA’s Miracle Makers program enhances its effectiveness by identifying volunteers across the country, including Legionnaires, who will work on behalf of COTA and its client families.

COTA is a national charity that provides fundraising assistance for children who need life-saving transplants. Its priority is to assure that no child or young adult is denied a transplant, or excluded from a transplant waiting list, because of financial need. All funds raised in honor of patients are used by COTA for transplant-related expenses. For more information, visit COTA’s Web site or call (800) 366-2682.

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  5. The Children's Organ Transplant Association (Cota) is such a great program The Children's Organ Transplant Association does not charge for its services -- 100% of funds raised in honor of patients are available for transplant-related expenses thank American legion
  6. I'm glad to hear that there is AL and COTA have teamed up. This will certainly help save the lives of many children!
  7. It is awesome that the AL and COTA are working together to help our youth. My niece went through 3 open heart surgeries before she was 3 years old and it was only possible due to generous funding and aid such as this... Jess Stanton
  8. I'm glad to hear the relationship was made official. I have no doubt that the COTA, with the legion's help, will continue to do great work! Alison
  9. Legion Family is an organization that made beneficial contributions to the campaign until now. American Legion Child Welfare Fund always provided COTA with a large amount of fund.
  10. COTA, which calls its nationwide volunteer team Miracle Makers because of the hope they give to children and young adults who desperately need a second chance at life.Office space COTA’s Miracle Makers program enhances its effectiveness by identifying volunteers across the country, including Legionnaires, who will work on behalf of COTA and its client families.
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