World Hepatitis Day

Viral hepatitis kills 1.5 million people worldwide each year. That’s as many people as HIV/AIDS. It is also a leading cause of liver failure leading to transplant.


Closing the Gap

Helping all patients receive a second chance at life!

AMAT was created with the hope of saving more lives by increasing organ and tissue donation among multicultural communities.


Donate Life!

Register as a Donor

Make a commitment to give the gift of life as an organ, eye or tissue donor.


Join Us in Sept.

Save theĀ DateĀ for September 16 – 19

Join us for our 22nd Annual Conference in Houston. More registration information coming soon!

  • Trailblazer: Dr. Velma Scantlebury

    The first Black, female transplant surgeon in the U.S. has performed more than 1,000 transplants and is an ardent advocate for patients awaiting transplant.

  • AMAT 2014 Webinar Series

    This year, our series focuses on building and embracing community and professional partnerships. Listen online and get connected with your community.

  • Become an AMAT Member

    We can make a difference by working together to ensure that the multicultural perspective is served.

  • Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation
    700 N. 4th Street
    Richmond VA 23219
    215-557-8090 Ext. 1172