The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly taken a toll on us all, affecting our physical, mental, and spiritual health. As the pandemic continues to unfold, social and recreational opportunities will likely be limited over the summer months. For BC’s transplant children, their immunocompromised state puts them at a higher risk and thus, increased rates of social isolation. This summer, they will be restricted from playing with friends or attending social gatherings, specifically our beloved Annual Transplant Camp at Camp Latona.

To boost their spirits, provide recreational and learning opportunities, and maximize socialization, we’re asking for your help to send COTS families “Summer in a Box!” This will contain supplies, activities, and other goodies that will help transplant youth make the most of summer in a healthy, active, and safe manner. With your support, we can transform this upcoming season for immunocompromised transplant youth. Spark joy, send summer in a box!

Helping children and families on their lifelong transplant journey

Our Vision

Improving the lives of children requiring organ transplants, and giving them hope for a brighter future.

The Children’s Organ Transplant Society supports families in British Columbia, who have children waiting for an organ transplant, or who have had a transplant. We do this by assisting families financially for a variety of needs that ensures the health of these children. We make sure that these young people can attend a transplant camp each summer. We bring together a community of families, so they can share and learn from experts, and from one another. And we are advocates, ensuring these children have access to the best possible care before and after transplant.

Organ transplants can be overwhelming for children and their families. There is fear, uncertainty, and huge challenges to overcome. The Children’s Organ Transplant Society is here to help support families every step of the way. With a volunteer Board, 100% of donations goes to support these transplant kids and their families.

Check out a recap of our 2019 Children’s Organ Transplant Society Classic Golf Tournament!