Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the problem?

A. Patients are dying while on the organ transplant waiting list.

Q. How many people need donated organs?

A. According to the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration, nearly 110,000 children and adults

await life-saving organ transplants. Every day, approximately 17 people die while waiting for an organ

transplant.

Q. How can I get involved?

A. You can become involved as a volunteer, advocate, or through philanthropic support. Please reach

out to us to discuss how you can help make an impact and save lives.

​Q. Are the monetary contributions tax deductible?

A. Yes. More Transplants More Life is an organization that is exempt from federal income tax under

Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Unless notified, you have not received goods or services

in exchange for your gift and your gift is fully tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. However,

we suggest you consult with your tax advisor for complete information about the tax deductibility of

your gift.

Q. How will monetary donations be used?

A. To support efforts, programs, education, and awareness that have demonstrated support of our

mission statement.

Q. How do I send a donation check to MTML?

A. Thank you! Checks can be mailed to:

More Transplants More Life

P.O. Box 274108

Tampa, FL 33688

 

Q. Can I register as an organ donor?

A. Yes! Anyone over the age of 18 is eligible to sign up, and in many states, people younger than 18 can

register as well. There are several ways to sign up. You can register online now in your state. Signing up

is quick and easy. Find your state here 

You can also sign up when you visit your state motor vehicle office.

Q. How can I get involved?

A. You can become involved as a volunteer, advocate, or donor. Please reach out to us to discuss how you can help make an impact and save lives.