Ian Herbst

May 20, 2006 at 6:39 pm Leave a comment

At a family reunion in 1996, I hit a milestone.  I was actually able to hold a baby (my cousin Allison) without it crying

Last December, at the CCS-Inc Children's Christmas Party, I repeated that feat.  I held young Ian Herbst for a good 15-20 minutes, the whole while he stayed content and happy and never cried.  Only this time there was an explanation.

"With all the nurses and doctors, he's really used to strangers," Ian's father and my co-worker, Brett, said.

Ian was born with Biliary Atresia and is in need of a life-saving liver transplant.  Needless to say, he has had many doctor visits, including exploratory surgery, already in his young life.  The Children's Organ Transplant Association (COTA), along with friends, family and volunteers are trying to raise money to help offset the $100,000 cost of the transplant.

Ian Herbst

More Info On Ian:

If You'd Like To Help:

  • Make a Donation Through COTA or Wachovia
    Tax-deductible donations may be made in person at any Wachovia Bank branch location using account number 3000025425609 or mailed to the

    Children’s Organ Transplant Association
    2501 COTA Drive
    Bloomington, IN 47403.Checks or money orders should be made payable to “COTA for Ian H.

    Secure credit card donations are also accepted online at www.cota.org

  • Attend One of Our Fundraisers
    There are a number of upcoming fundraisers currently planned, including:

  • Put Your Old Cellphones to Use
    For each used cell phone we collect, $3.00 is getting donated directly to the campaign.  So if you have any old cell phones hanging around– recycle them AND help a child in need in one gesture!  For more information on where drop boxes are located in the Southwest Virginia area, contact Jaime Clemmer at jaime_clemmer@hotmail.com

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