Join the Puso Ng Pinoy Movement!
Thousands in our community are waiting for an organ transplant. You can help save lives by starting a conversation with family and friends about registering as organ and tissue donors.
Every life lost is a tragedy. Puso Ng Pinoy is a movement to save lives. Join us!
Arthur Joven “AJ” Reyes was a young college student when a rare virus began to destroy his heart. His only hope for a normal life was to receive a transplant. Through many years of waiting, only a mechanical heart kept him alive until he received a most precious gift – a donated heart. Fully recovered, he now trains for half-marathons. Ever grateful for his miraculous recovery, he pays it forward by encouraging and educating members of the Filipino community to register as organ, eye and tissue donors.
• 2,100 Asians and Pacific Islanders in Northern California are waiting for the gift of life
• 18 people die every day waiting for an organ transplant that never came
• The Catholic Church fully supports organ, eye and tissue donation
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