Team Michigan consists of individuals from across the state who have received life-saving transplants, are living donors, or may be families of a donor, as well as transplant professionals and advocates.
The mission of Team Michigan is to educate the public to the benefits of transplantation and the need for organ donor registrations. Team Michigan also provides team building events, mutual support, friendly competition, experience, and camaraderie for all our athletes, as well as having a social side for the team members. We are a not-for-profit organization run solely by volunteers. The Team is committed to the goals of all our members, be it just participating in one or two events at the games, or working towards competing at the World Transplant Games.
Team members live throughout the state and are active members in their respective communities, promoting organ and tissue donation, as well as providing educational events dispelling some of the myths associated with donation.
Team Michigan Flag Signing information:
The Donate Life Transplant Games of America flag is coming to Michigan on Thursday, February 11th!
Team members are invited to Gift of Life Michigan for the official flag signing at 2:30 p.m. If you plan to attend please RSVP to Tom Cerny: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, number in your party, contact info and your transplant center.
Leave your mark on the flag that will fly in Cleveland!
2016 TRAVEL GRANT PROGRAM
The Transplant Games of America in partnership with The American Association of Tissue Banks and other sponsors, is excited to announce its 2016 Travel Grant Program (Formerly known as the TGA Scholarship Program). The application deadline is February 15, 2016. Get more details here.
Team Michigan congratulates Team USA - World Transplant Games and our co-captain, David Rozelle, on an outstanding performance at the Official World Transplant Games (WTG) in Mar Del Plata, Argentina! Read the story here.