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The Transplant Foundation of New England is a non-profit organization that focuses on supporting the unique needs of transplant patients and their families. Founded by John Morelli, a transplant recipient himself, the foundation is set to aggressively meet a true need in the market. In years past, transplant patients and their families were left to find their way financially and in all other ways through the process. There are support services available but those entities are truly limited in the scope of services that they provide and are not entirely focused on this area of need. This will all change with the addition of the Transplant Foundation to the landscape, as the organization will focus all of their efforts on providing resources and an unprecedented level of support to candidates and their families.

Please support Linda Noyce and family

Ken Murray of Weymouth, enjoys listening to music and going to concerts. To start off 2015 Ken found out he was in need of a kidney transplant. With knowing being on the transplant list would be a long wait Ken’s sister’s Sharon Coon and Linda Noyce decided to get tested and they both were a match. Sharon was a perfect match and she would be the donor. After going through more extensive testing Sharon was diagnosed with breast cancer. Unable to donate due to having breast surgery and radiation treatments, Linda would now be the donor. Linda works in the restaurant business and does not have any health benefits or paid vacation time. Therefore, after being out of work recuperating she has suffered financially. Please help us support Linda.

Support needed for 47-year-old diabetic, Michael Crosby

Story written by Michael Crosby

Michael Crosby is a 47-year-old single parent living in Framingham Massachusetts. He was diagnosed with diabetes on his 14th birthday. In his twenties he had been diagnosed with kidney, nerve and heart disease. At age 32 he was then diagnosed with diabetic neuropathy.

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Support needed for 25-year-old liver recipient, Michelle Labbe’

Story written by Diana V. Weisner

Michelle is a 25-year-old woman who lives in Somerville, MA. She moved up to Massachusetts from Virginia to pursue grad school at Emerson College. After graduating in May 2011, she found a job as an online editor and continued to build her career in publishing and writing.

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News & events

  • January 31, 2013

    After five months of waiting for a heart transplant, Francis Buckley underwent successful surgery on January 31, 2013.

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  • June 29, 2012

    This marks the second time in the past 20 years that the MGH has performed a heart and liver transplant, also the second operation of its kind ever done in New England.

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  • June 11, 2012

    John and Stacey Morelli, who live in Braintree, are creating a foundation to help other transplant families after John was given a new heart and liver earlier this year.

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  • February 17, 2012

    John and Stacey Morelli have had many meals together in the 15 years they’ve been married.

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  • September 26, 2011

    Friends of John Morelli will host a fundraiser for the Morelli family on Nov. 25 at Florian Hall in Dorchester.

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Special Thanks

Brow Fuel, LLC Thanks for helping Frank Buckley.