TRIO is an independent, not-for-profit, international organization committed to improving the quality of life of transplant candidates, recipients, their families and the families of organ and tissue donors.
Through the TRIO Headquarters and a network of chapters, TRIO serves its members in the areas of: Awareness, Support, Education, and Advocacy. For questions or to join our chapter, please email us at email@example.com or call 1-800-TRIO-386 and specifically mention the TRIO Philadelphia chapter in your subject line.
TRIO Philadelphia chapter mission
TRIO Philadelphia is a non-profit organization committed to improving the quality of lives touched by the miracle of transplantation through support, advocacy, education, and awareness in the Delaware Valley area.
TRIO is widely recognized and respected as the leading voice of transplantation, representing donors, candidates, recipients and their families. Through the TRIO Headquarters and a network of Chapters including TRIO Philadelphia chapter, we serve members and our local community in the areas of:
Providing support to transplant candidates, recipients, donors, and their families to help alleviate the stresses and problems associated with the process.
Making the concerns and needs that affect the welfare of transplant candidates, recipients, their families and donor families known to federal, state and local government bodies. Effectively communicating the views of transplant candidates, recipients, their families and donor families on issues in the field of transplantation and organ and tissue donation to the general public.
Providing transplant candidates, recipients, donors, and their families with current information on developments in organ and tissue donation, transplantation, medications, social issues, and finances. Informing transplant candidates, recipients, their families and donor families on initiatives in the transplantation field by federal, state, and local government bodies.
4. Donor Awareness
Promoting organ and tissue donation as an important social responsibility. Developing and supporting mechanisms to improve the availability of organs and tissues on an equitable basis to meet the needs of transplant candidates.