Our team would like to thank everyone who came out to support our 1st annual art & jazz affair and helped to make this event a huge success! The purpose of the YNOTT? Art & Jazz Affair is to promote organ & tissue donation awareness and raise monies for our YOHA (YNOTT? Offer Hope & Assistance) Scholarship Fund.

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We recently partnered with Marion Franklin High School in Columbus,OH to host an exclusive viewing of our new Inspirational Stage Play titled “Y-NOTT? ME”. Over a thousand supporters filled the auditorium to enjoy this amazing play! We would like to thank the producer Ms. Davina Ware and all her students for all their hard work and dedication putting this play together. #TEAM YNOTT?

Click Here: Exerpt from our play

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Our foundation partnered with Capital University this holiday season to host a BIG Gift Giveaway to Brighten the lives of pediatric transplant patients at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. We had a blast!

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Our organization recently participated in the 2014 “10 T.V Health & Fitness Expo” in Columbus, OH. We had fun promoting our efforts to the thousands of individuals in attendance.


Several members from our organization recently participated in the “2014 Transplant Games of America” in Houston, Tx on behalf of Team Ohio, the state in which our organization was founded. We enjoyed meeting and sharing stories with people from all across the country whose lives have been impacted by organ failure. We had fun competing in the different events and founder Edward Drake won the Gold Medal in High Jump with a record-breaking jump for the games!  YNOTT? would like to thank our key sponsors The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital for their contribution toward our efforts. We would also like to thank each individual who supported us by making a donation! We greatly appreciate your generosity.


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Congratulations Marion Franklin High-School Drama on taking home “Most Exemplary for Awareness” in the citywide self above service competition in Columbus, OH. They presented their project on the “YNOTT-YOU” Stage Production in collaboration with our organization. #Great Job Kids!

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Our team visits Capital University in Columbus, Ohio each semester to inform students on the organ & tissue transplantation process, along with our foundation’s efforts to promote health prevention and wellness in the community.


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Our Vice President Mr. Tifiro Cook recently visited Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio to spend the day BRIGHTENING the lives of pediatric dialysis patients.


Our team recently visited Kappa Kidney Camp in Ohio to spend the day hanging out with pediatric transplant patients. This was our 7th consecutive year attending this camp. We had a blast as always!



Our team recently visited University of Michigan- Camp Michitanki, which is a camp for pediatric transplant patients to lead host one of our very impactful “circle of Hope” sessions for their “Leaders in Training (LIT’s) group. We spoke on various topics such as the importance of goal setting and their overall transition to adult care.


Our team recently visited Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to lead a mentorship training session for some of their newly hired mentors. YNOTT? also hosted one of our very impactful “Circle of Hope” sessions for the transplant patients and their families.

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Our organization helped coordinate a BIG Gift Giveaway between the Tyler Perry Foundation and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to Brighten the lives of pediatric transplant patients during the holiday season. We had a blast delivering gifts to patients on the transplant floor. We would like to thank the Tyler Perry Foundation for supporting our efforts!

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