OneLegacy saves and heals lives through organ, eye and tissue donation, comforts the families we serve, and inspires our communities to Donate Life.
The OneLegacy Foundation was created in 2011 to support the mission of OneLegacy, the nation’s largest organ, eye, and tissue recovery organization and trusted steward of the donation process.
Donation is a rare and precious event, and the process is emotional and complex. Every chance to donate life requires sensitivity, skill, science and a spirit of service.
The OneLegacy Foundation’s focus is to educate and inspire people to take action in support of living and deceased donation. Please join us to help heal and save lives, comfort the families we serve, and honor those whose legacies live on.
Research Grant Opportunities
The OneLegacy Foundation's Grants and Gifts Committee is chaired by Earl Crandall MD, PhD. The Foundation’s mission is to support the advancement of human organ and tissue donation and transplantation through education and scientific research in order to improve outcomes for donors, their families, and recipients. OneLegacy Foundation’s grants process begins with a Letter of Inquiry (Letter of Intent) that must be submitted to the Grants & Gifts Committee. Letters of Inquiry must include:
- State how the project or program advances the mission of OneLegacy Foundation through scientific research to promote successful human organ and tissue transplants and function
- A complete budget will be requested if you are selected to provide a complete application
The entire process of submitting and handling a grant application will be managed through proposalCentral. To begin the process and submit a Letter of Inquiry, please go to proposalCentral and create a new account. Once you have created an account, logon as an applicant and click on the "Grant Opportunities" tab, and select "OneLegacy Foundation" from the drop-down menu. Next,select the "OneLegacy Research Grant" and click on the "Apply Now" link.
*OneLegacy Foundation will pay no more than 10% overhead costs on any research grant.