Raising Awareness for Organ Donation, and Helping Those Facing Transplantation.

ABOUT US

In 1997, Jeff Muller was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune liver disease and cirrhosis.  Thanks to modern medicine, he was able to live an active lifestyle until 2018 when his disease took a turn for the worst—resulting in two liver transplants in 2022. Facing transplant with trepidation and fear of the unknown, Jeff and his wife Kristy decided to tell their story to educate others while also raising awareness for organ donation.

BECOME A DONOR

There are currently over 105,000 individuals waiting for an organ transplant in the US. Over 7000 die annually waiting for an organ. We can reverse these numbers if we work together. It takes just a small commitment starting with registering as a donor and spreading awareness. Please join us in this noble cause.

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY

Going through the transplantation process can be a scary and life-changing experience. Through in-person events and Zoom calls, We’re here to provide support, encouragement, and answers to your questions. We also gather together at various events to celebrate our journeys together.

The Surgery We Dreaded is Now Upon Us

The night before my surgery (July 5, 2022), I remember thinking about two people–the donor and my transplant surgeon. I didn’t know either, but these two people were about to…

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RESOURCES

We’ve compiled several articles, FAQs and checklists to help you navigate organ donation, transplantation, and recovery.

FROM THE BLOG

FROM MISERABLE TO MIRACLE: MY DOUBLE LIVER TRANSPLANT JOURNEY

A concise overview of our journey through two liver transplants and recovery.

River Bank runner gets ‘new lease on life’ after two liver transplants.

As Jeff Muller laced up his shoes for a training run on Wednesday, he thought of the hundreds of runners that would be alongside him at the River Bank Run 5k aiming for the finish line. But for years, all he could think about was getting to the starting line…

Double-Liver Transplant Survivor Inspires Henry Ford Health Doctors, Staff with Positive Outlook and Grateful Attitude

An avid runner his entire life, just a year ago, a two-minute walk felt like a heart attack for 52-year-old Jeff Muller, who lives just outside of Grand Rapids. Jeff was dying. “I didn’t know this then, but they didn’t think I was going to make it,” Jeff said…

PARTNERS

These organizations are committed to organ donation and have been helpful to us in many ways including education and organ transplant.