Fully Furnished Rent-Free Housing

for people waiting for a lifesaving transplant and living far from a transplant hospital.

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We are very excited about this years’ golf tournament! Although we were unable to have our yearly tournament in 2020, we wanted to make this one even better by doing a pretournament auction. Below is a link that you can use to bid on our silent auction items, please forward this link to friends and family too! If you have any issues with the website, please use the FAQ’s tab and if needed please don’t hesitate to call us.

https://us.givergy.com/nicklasfoundation

 

We will announce the winners of each item the Monday following the Golf Tournament.

2021 Nicklas Foundation’s 13th Annual Golf Tournament

*The tournament is full and sold out; however, we are still selling tee box sponsorships at $200 each.

2021 Scholarship Application

Deadline Extended to May 7, 2021

Support the David Nicklas Organ Donor Awareness Foundation

Housing For Families

Organ Donation Awareness

“Greater love has no one than this, that he lay his life down for his friends.” – John 15:13

The Foundation’s Impact

Impact of the David Nicklas Organ Donor
Awareness Foundation:

  • Sharing organ donor awareness in many ways
  • Families awaiting transplants in fully furnished rent-free apartments
  • Grand Prairie’s Proclamation of Organ Donor Awareness Month
  • Donations to other local charities
  • Scholarships awarded

Nicklas Foundation in the media

Foundation honors organ donor who saved the life of a fellow Texan

Rodney Debaun runs the Nicklas Foundation in North Texas. In 1993, David Nicklas died in a motorcycle accident, and his heart saved Rodney's life.

 

 

“Without David Nicklas I wouldn’t be here,” Debaun said. “I’d have died 26 years ago. Wouldn’t have seen my kids grow up, wouldn’t have seen my grandkids, wouldn’t have had the opportunity to try to help other people.”

David’s mother Joyce Nicklas said her biggest fear was that her son would be forgotten.

Read more and see news clip

Become a Donor

Over 112.000 men, women, and children are awaiting lifesaving organ transplants in the U.S.
Every 10 minutes another person is added to the waiting list.
About 22 people awaiting organs die every day.