Every Day Transplant Patients Go Without Housing

Jeffrey Campbell Evans Foundation

Giving Life a New Start

The Jeffrey Campbell Evans Transplant House Foundation provides, at no cost to the transplant patient, a fully furnished 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment in the Atlanta area to live in with their caregiver while going through the transplant experience.

Providing transplant patients a Bridge to Life, while recovering from their organ transplant and until their doctor releases them from his/her care.


Providing wellness accommodations for transplant patients and their caregivers.

Non-Profit 501(c)(3)

The Jeffrey Campbell Evans Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) foundation registered with the State of Georgia, that acts as a patient advocate.

People Die Each Day on Transplant Lists
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Number of People Currently Awaiting Organ Transplants in Georgia

We Need Your Support

Transplant costs can range from 350K to over 2 million dollars in total costs.  What is often overlooked is the housing required for these patients in order to properly manage their care.

Organ transplant patients generally need to live within hours of the transplant hospital. Often the patient and family are confronted with excessive lodging expenses that prevent them from getting quality medical help. This is why your support is vital and is greatly needed.

Our sole priority is providing transplant patients and their caregivers affordable and comfortable housing as they journey through their transplant experience.

Our Housing
Transplant Housing

A Home Away From Home

Transplant patients and their care givers are desperate to locate affordable lodging away from their home. Some care givers have been forced to live in their automobiles or sleep in the reception area of the hospital. They simply do not have the funds to pay for a hotel or an apartment during the transplant process.

Jeffrey Campbell Evans apartments are carefully designed to provide everyone with peaceful lodging, a retreat from worry. Your gifts, pledges and endowments makes this possible.

Learn More About Our Story


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Our Story

We rented our first 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment from Post Briarcliff Apartments in Atlanta and opened on July 1, 2017. We welcomed our first transplant patient and his caregiver on that same day, but we have had more requests for apartments than we can currently supply.

Our first guest is a double lung transplant patient. And his story is, unfortunately, not unusual. He received his transplant on May 24th and his caregiver slept in the hospital waiting room until July 1st. Our second 2 bedroom/ 2 bathroom transplant home opened on November 1st, 2017 at Belara Apartment Homes, close to Emory and CHOA.

We believe no one should have to live like that while dealing with an already very stressful situation. The Jeffrey Campbell Evans Transplant House Foundation is dedicated to ending stories like this.

Our Goals

Build Our First Transplant House In Atlanta

In addition to adding to our portfolio of apartments, our long-term goal is to build a standalone transplant house in Atlanta. It will have 20 well appointed 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom units to accommodate the patient and caregiver.   The house will have common areas in the form of  a living room, entertainment room, library/reading room, large kitchen, laundry room and offices for the staff to operate and manage it  We are looking for a variety of private supporters, corporate sponsors and other financial and in-kind gifts from the local community to accomplish this goal.

A Transplant House In Every State

Our long-term goal is to have at least one transplant house in every state across America.  We can only get there with your help. We are looking for a variety of private supporters, corporate sponsors, food and beverage donations, volunteers, and other financial and in-kind gifts from the local community.

Help Us Reach Our Goal

"It has been an absolute refreshing experience having The Jeffrey Campbell Evans Foundation provide us with temporary housing as we navigate through this healing process. The amount of compassion, support, and attentiveness has been evident from the very beginning. This foundation has not only been a blessing to Will and me but a much-needed vessel for all transplant patients hereafter."

Will and MelodyCurrent Residents

“The Jeffrey Campbell Evans Foundation’s fully furnished 2 bedroom/2 bath apartment has been a tremendous blessing and a home away from home for my patient; a solid organ transplant recipient who resides over 4 hours from Emory University Transplant Center. Living free of charge in a beautiful and well-appointed apartment has helped to ease a financial burden and reduce the stress of being away from home during recovery. The Jeffrey Campbell Foundation apartment is a wonderful and much-needed resource!"

Donnette Grant LCSW, ACM

"In 2006, I temporarily relocated out of state for a heart transplant in Charleston, SC. The relocating process was especially difficult during the recovery period when I needed a family member to stay as my caretaker for several months. Having been through that process myself, I am honored to serve as a board member for the JCEF as it helps fill the need gaps for patients and caretakers going through post-transplant care."

Britt BentleyHeart Transplant Recipient and Board Member of JCEF

Alone We Can Do So Little, Together We Can Do Much.

Our Leadership Team.

Our leadership team is a passionate group of individuals who care very deeply about their cause. The Foundation is named after the son of our Executive Director and President, Mary and Bob Evans, Jeffery Campbell Evans who passed away awaiting a heart transplant.  The work of our amazing team keeps the memory of Jeff alive today.

Mary Evans

Mary Evans

Executive Director

Bob Evans

Bob Evans


Brad Evans

Brad Evans

Director - National Accounts

Board of Directors

Britt Bentley, Operations
Mindy Bentley, Treasurer
Linda Everett, Secretary

Dr. Raman Mehrzah, Consultant
Anne Marie Peterson, IT
Nancy Votta, Fund Raising
Lisa Wilson, Real Estate

Board of Advisors

Ryan Denbow, Real Estate Advisor
Brian Annino, Legal Advisor
Liz Truong, Foundation Consultant

Jeffrey Campbell Evans Foundation – In the News

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A Poem From the Father of One of Your Tenants

With sincere happiness upon your face
you welcomed us home,
to your place.

This place before we had never seen,
so cozy and homey,
was spotlessly clean.

So difficult a journey we had to begin
was made much easier
when you welcomed us in.

Your sincere desire to help those in need
was to us far beyond
a simple good deed.

When in prayer we asked, “God what can we do?”
He answered with a miracle
and He sent it through you.

We were strangers, yet you opened your door
Our burden you lifted
we carried it no more.

For in years gone by you had traveled this road
now through you “WE FOUND REST”
with your gift of abode.

From your “hope and prayers” now we find
solace and comfort

The passing of your son, to you so dear
leave you memories of him
still perfectly clear.

You determined yourself with this gift to try
to give life to his memories
and never let them die.

You have chosen to ease the burden and help bear the cross
to even a stranger
who might suffer such loss.

Your help to our family and this daughter’s sweet mother
obeys CHRIST’s commandment
to love one another.

With generosity, you help bind us together
in this dwelling and in our hearts
lives on forever.

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