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The ALODF wants to stop the cycle of abandonment felt by many living organ donors. Donors are helped by some government and private organizations to get them to and from the transplant center but feel forgotten after they’ve donated. We help donors with support groups and living organ donor networks and also financially if they must take unpaid leave. We feel strongly that society’s obligations to living organ donors does not end with the transplant.

Hajime Rojas donated one of her kidneys to her husband in 2015. She lives in Northern Virginia and works for the US Patent and Trademark Office. 

Hajime Rojas, Washington D.C. branch director 


Sigrid Fry-Revere, J.D., Ph.D., is the founder and president of Stop Organ Trafficking Now and the Center for Ethical Solutions. Sigrid is also the medical ethics consultation to the Washington D.C. Regional Transplant Community’s Organ And Tissue Advisory Committee.

She has taught bioethics and law at University of Virginia and George Mason University, been a consultant to hospitals, hospices, and home health agencies, and practiced health and FDA law.

Sigrid’s more than one hundred articles have appeared in newspapers, journals, and trade publications such as the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, the Journal of Clinical Ethics, and Pediatric Nursing.


Sigrid Fry-Revere, President of the Fund