The Alliance Partnerships
Advancing Each Other.
As The Alliance, we do not wait for answers; we find them. Every day, we are rolling up our sleeves to create forums for sharing of expertise, exchanging new effective practices, and advancing our network of leaders.
Professional Partnership Benefits
2020 Impact Report
To learn more about the valuable programs and services that we provide, we encourage you to take a look at our 2020 Impact Report.
Corporate Partnership Benefits
If you are interested in becoming a valued 2021 Alliance Corporate Partner, please take a look at our various levels of partnership and accompanying benefits.
How You Can Support the Alliance
The Alliance is not a membership organization and therefore relies on annual voluntary financial support from organizations who find value in our initiatives. That support enables The Alliance to continue powering synergy, sparking innovation and turning discoveries into solutions for an equipped, agile and empowered community.
Become a Professional Partner Organization
We invite your OPO or transplant program to join us as an Alliance Professional Partner. Your entire organization will gain access to a wide range of value-added benefits and discounts, including relevant, targeted and scalable solutions in the areas of:
- Team member continuing education
- Community collaboration initiatives
- Onboarding and training of team members
- Team member professional development
- Executive leadership in the field
- Access to new content and information
- Broad organizational development, tools and resources
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming a valued partner.
Become a Corporate Partner Organization
Our corporate partners provide voluntary financial support. Their support helps us to fund our valuable programs and services for the donation and transplantation community.
Organizations interested in becoming a corporate partner may contact Karri Hobson-Pape at email@example.com.
Our Community Partners
A major component of efforts to increase organ donation in the new millenium was implemented through a series of Breakthrough Collaboratives that began in 2003. The purpose of the Collaboratives was to rapidly increase the number of deceased donors and number of donor organs made available for transplant through the sharing of best practices. The Organ Donation Breakthrough Collaborative became fully operationally in 2004. As a means to continue this effort, the Donation and Transplantation Community of Practice (DTCP) was established in 2008. The DTCP is comprised of several key community partners from across the nation whose focus is to sustain and increase the achievements of the Collaboratives and “hard wire” identified best practices.
Advancing Each Other
We invite you to join as a 2021 Professional Partner. With your support, we will continue to advance our community to identify the emerging issues, to build the valuable resources, and to implement practices that advance our professional society.