Susan Thompson Named Cambridge Who’s Who Executive of the Year in Non-Profit Foundations

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Cambridge Who’s Who has nominated Susan Thompson, president and founder of The North American Andy Transplant Foundation, Inc. as Executive of the Year.

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We believe in possibilities and the power of our medical system to make transplants happen. However, it is not until you face a life threatening situation that you become aware of the life-giving power you may hold in your hands. Our health system needs to be changed to better help the countless individuals who are in need of organ transplants.

Cambridge Who’s Who has nominated Susan Thompson, president and founder of The North American Andy Transplant Foundation, Inc. as Executive of the Year. Cambridge Who’s Who is proud to honor Susan for her commitment toward raising funding for medical science so that our nation’s healthcare system can better save lives. After one year, Susan will retire into the Cambridge Who’s Who Hall of Fame program.

The North American Andy Transplant Foundation, Inc. is currently working to change our health system with a campaign promotion from SunTrust Bank and with the support of Cambridge Who’s Who, a worldwide networking forum dedicated to providing its members with the highest quality networking resource for job recruitment, career enhancement and new business development. SunTrust will donate $100 to the foundation each time a new personal or business checking account is opened.

It’s as simple as 1-2-3! Here are the easy steps. 1. Open a new SunTrust Personal or Business Checking Account from August 06 - Oct. 12, 2007 2. Make a purchase with your Visa check card by Nov. 15th, 2007. 3. Submit your redemption form and SunTrust will donate $100 to our foundation.

"We are dedicated to saving lives," said president and founder Susan Thompson. “We believe in possibilities and the power of our medical system to make transplants happen. However, it is not until you face a life threatening situation that you become aware of the life-giving power you may hold in your hands. Our health system needs to be changed to better help the countless individuals who are in need of organ transplants.”

Every sixteen minutes, a new individual joins the organ transplant registry. This means that more than 64,000 people in the United States alone are awaiting an organ. Health insurance does not always cover all of the expenses involved in an organ transplant procedure and unexpected costs can add up for a family. Organs can cost over $300,000. The North American Andy Transplant Foundation is prepared to make contributions to medical science to change our health system.

For more information, contact info(at)andytransplantfoundation.org or donate to The North American Andy Transplant Foundation at the following links: http://www.andytransplantfoundation.org, http://www.suntrust.com/mycause, networkforgood.org, give.org and on the American Express Web site.

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