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The Children's Organ Transplant Association helped Steven raise funds for his bone marrow drives and transplant-related expenses.
Supporting partners include the National Initiative for Children's Healthcare Quality (NICHQ), the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the Child Life Council, Parents' Action for Children, Docs for Tots, the Emergency Nurses Association, the Children's Organ Transplant Association, and the Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nurses Division of the International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses.
The Children's Organ Transplant Association (COTA) announced it will launch a new campaign with a goal of raising at least $100,000 by collecting one million pennies during its 2007 fund raising initiative called "One Million Miracles."
"I am excited and encouraged about the number of donors who came forward in 2004 to provide our children a second chance at life," Rick Lofgren, president of the Bloomington, Ind.-based Children's Organ Transplant Association (, told this newspaper.
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