Trails4Dave A Benefit for Dave Hanson Hosted by Trails4Transplants and friends of Dave August 29-30, 2015 On July 6th, Dave underwent a lifesaving liver transplant at the Mayo Hospital. Dave is married to Andrea (Hille) and has 2 young children. Please join us for a benefit to help Dave offset his medical expenses and to […]
Trails4Transplant’s Epic Journey We are on an epic journey Called Trails4Transplants; Our goal is to raise money; And give it away as grants. To folks that need a transplant; And are waiting to receive A heart or eye or liver; Or lung to help them breathe. More important than the money Is the […]
There will be a fundraiser for 3 year-old, JJ Umbreit, son of Josh and Amber Umbreit, who has been diagnosed with retinoblastoma–cancer of the eye. The fundraiser is sponsored by the Bowman Lions and begins at 5 PM at the Bowman 4 Seasons. They will be serving burgers, hotdogs, desserts and beverages. T4T riders and volunteers […]
A portion of the 2013 ride proceeds went to building a new patio for the 705 2nd Street property at the Gift of Life Transplant House. The patio allows recipients and their caregivers a place to reflect, rest, and visit all while taking in fresh air of the outdoors. When you look, you will see the […]
Here is an amazing note from Annie Kidd, T4T supporter: “Hi T4T~ I wanted to tell you about our daughter Courtney. She received a new heart and liver on November 24th, 2014 here at Mayo Clinic. She was only the 3rd person in the world to have the liver transplanted before the heart. Enjoy the […]
Well T4T supporters, the results are in for the 2014 “Healing along the Custer Trail”!!! As most of you know, the 2014 Trails4Transplants organ, eye, and tissue donor awareness ride commenced June 1, 2014 from Fort Lincoln State Park in Mandan, ND and ended at the Little Bighorn Battlefield in Garryowen, MT on June 19th. […]
Trails4Transplants “Healing along the Custer Trail” is proud to present a Native American cultural celebration, including song and dance, storytelling, sweetgrass smudging of horses and riders, and Native American traditional warrior readiness presentation and demonstrations. Nations represented are Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, Dakota, Navajo and Sioux. Stories of life-saving organ and tissue transplants will also be […]
Click here to read about a rider who will be joining us. Way to go Pat! We are looking forward to sharing the dusty trail with you. See you this weekend!