Off The List™ believes that

All individuals on the kidney transplant list

Deserve a Second Chance at Life

There is Hope!

You don’t need to wait… you can take action now by finding a living kidney donor.

It is discouraging and heartbreaking to wait on the list for a deceased donor . There are not enough deceased donor kidneys to keep up with the demand.

Our Programs

Together Toward TransplantTM

Toward Transplant: Self-GuidedTM

Our self-guided option allows you to move at your own pace and access resources via Off The List™ website. Our Kidney Transplant 101 Guide and How To Find Your Living Kidney Donor: Your Step-By-Step Guide provides you instructions and sample templates to download and customize for your marketing campaign.

Transplant Resources

6 Benefits to Finding a Living Kidney Donor

Wait Time

You can significantly reduce your wait time. After all the donor testing is complete and your donor has been approved by the transplant team, your surgery can be scheduled.

Better Outcomes

You increase the chances that your transplanted kidney will last longer than one received from a deceased donor. On average, a kidney from a living donor lasts 15-20 years versus a kidney from a deceased donor which averages 8-12 years.

Dialysis

You might be able to avoid or shorten the amount of time you are on dialysis. You are more likely to have better outcomes with your new kidney if you are transplanted before starting or after a short time on dialysis.

Schedule

You can schedule the transplant surgery at a time that is convenient for both you and the donor, allowing you and your family to prepare for major surgery.

Better Match

You are more likely to receive a kidney that is a better genetic match, which may decrease the risk of organ rejection.

Work Immediately

You are more likely to receive a kidney that will start working immediately upon transplantation. Deceased donor kidneys can be “sleepy” and take some time to “wake up” and start functioning.

The numbers say it all

You don’t need to wait… you can take action now by finding a living kidney donor.

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People are critically in need of a lifesaving kidney & on the kidney transplant list
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Average wait time for a kidney from a deceased donor

Please check with your transplant team for wait times in your region.

Danette Jones
Dannette Jones received a kidney from a living
donor in 2018.
Through paired kidney exchange, Mimi saved her mother’s life and started a chain that saved six additional lives!
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Kelly, Living Kidney donor to Caleb. She donated in 2010.
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