Johnny Lockhart is 22 from Manistique, Michigan. He was diagnosed with IGA nephropathy at the young age of 13. IGA nephropathy is a hereditary form of kidney disease. The doctors now determined that he is in stage-5 kidney disease and is in desperate need for a kidney transplant from someone who has “O” Blood Type. To buy some time to get a living kidney donor for the transplant, he is now travelling three times a week for the dialysis.
Do you have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please contact his family at firstname.lastname@example.org or to help relieve some of the financial burden on John and his family you can donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/lifesaving-kidney-transplant-for-johnny. Save 1 Person. Save The World.
Single mom, only 32 years of age and mother of two little girls ( 6 and 3) in New York City is in desperate need of a living kidney donor. Jeszil Ayy’s kidneys gave out last Thanksgiving and has been on dialysis since. No one in her family is a compatible donor so she is seeking a stranger to save her life. Do you have O blood, in good health and have the desire to save a life. If you answered yes please contact the kidney matchmaker at 917-627-8336. Save 1 Person. Save The World.
Adam Mandel from Florida suffered from colon cancer and beat that unfortuntately it has now spread to his liver. Doctors say that Adam now needs a liver transplant. Adam is registered at a hospital in Cleveland Ohio for the transplant. A liver transplant could ensure that the cancer will not spread. The more time that goes by, the more likely the cancer can progress. Adam is the proud father of two young girls and wants to be around to see these young ladies grow up. Did you know the liver is the only organ in the body that regenerates itself after 6 to 8 weeks?
Do you have B or O blood and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please contact the kidney matchmaker at email@example.com call 917-627-8336. Save 1 Person. Save The World.
Maryann Palumbo is 55-years-old from New York. For the past 15 years, she has been struggling with Alport Syndrome, a disease that damages the blood vessels in the kidneys. Her kidneys started failing and are only functioning at 18%. Maryann has become a candidate for the donor list as soon as her kidneys are functioning at 20%, however, that will take more than three years…at this stage, Maryann has to be on dialysis. Her biggest wish is to find a living kidney donor.
Do you want to save a life? If you answered yes, please contact Eneida Hernandez, the pre-transplant coordinator at the kidney transplant patient division of Stony Brook Medicine, by calling 631-444-1787 or emailing Eneida.firstname.lastname@example.org Save 1 Person. Save The World.
Devora from Israel is only 18-year’s old and her heart literally hurts. Devora will literally suffocate if she doesn’t get the help she needs.Devora was born with a rare heart defect: the flow of blood from her heart to both her lungs – where it fills with oxygen to feed every cell in her body – was basically blocked shut. Surgeries have kept her breathing with the help of a tube. Now, that she’s a grown lady the tube no longer is sufficient. This young lady needs a new tube the appropriate size to keep her breathing and alive. Devora is drrowning, fatigued by smaller and smaller efforts, spending more time in bed and her skin and fingernails are becoming more and more blue due to lack of oxygen. Devora’s parents hearts are breaking watching their child grasp for air. Devora must have that last final operation to implant the adult-size life-giving tube –and they have just a few months before she reaches the point where nothing will save her anymore. The cost of the operation is more than $150,000. This amount is more than these parents have despite using their last penny and asking friends and family for support. To learn more call972-53-416-7951. Donate online at www.atov.org/donate. Save 1 Heart. Save The World.
Devora is only 18 years old and her heart literally hurts. Devora was born with a rare heart defect: the flow of blood from her heart to both her lungs – where it fills with oxygen to feed every cell in her body- is mostly blocked. Surgeries have kept her breathing with the help of a tube but now that she’s a grown lady, the tube no longer is sufficient. This young lady needs a larger tube to keep her breathing and alive. Devora is drowning, fatigued by smaller efforts, spending more time in bed and her skin and fingernails are becoming bluer due to lack of oxygen. Devora’s parents’ hearts are breaking watching their child gasp for air.
Devora must have that last final operation to implant the adult-size life-giving tube -they have just a few months before she reaches the point where nothing will save her anymore. The cost of the operation is more than $150,000. This amount is more than what her parents have despite using their last penny and asking friends and family for support. To learn more call 972-53-416-7951. Donate online at www.atov.org/donate. Save 1 Heart. Save The World.
Shimon Vogel is a kind soul that has dedicated his life to others. He is currently a librarian at the Abraham Joshua Heschel School and has also served as a hazzan at Congregation Anshe Chesed in Linden, NJ. Shimon has been diagnosed with end stage kidney disease and desperately needs a kidney. His wife Diane Vogel wishes that Shimon lives to see their two youngest children to their wedding. Mrs. Vogel wants to spread the urgency of his need of a kidney to the world, hoping that there is someone who will respond to this urgent need.
Do you have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please call 718-431-9831 ext. 209 (Brooklyn, NY) or email R23935@renewal.org. For more information about kidney donation, please visit www.renewal.org.Save 1 Person. Save The World.
Eliana Cohen is daughter of Shani Levi Cohen and Ariel Cohen from Miami, Florida. Eliana, wasn’t hitting her developmental milestones. At age 1, she was misdiagnosed with hypotonia -reduced muscle tone- but when physical therapy wasn’t improving her condition, her family went back to a neurologist to find answers. The Cohens finally discovered that Eliana has an incredibly rare condition called spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) type 2, that will keep her from being able to walk and could significantly reduce her lifespan. There’s a new FDA-approved “miracle drug” called Zolgensma that could help this sweet girl lead a healthy life. A one-time transfusion helps deliver the missing cells children with SMA Type 2 lack but the drug has to be administered before the age of 2. Unfortunately, the Cohens’ insurance company won’t pay for the drug, which costs $2.2 million, a jaw-dropping amount.
Taj Mohammad is 71-years-old from Indiana. He needs a kidney transplant. He is an electrical design engineer. Last year Taj had a major gout attack in his right knee. Doctors referred him to a nephrologist. Tests revealed Taj’s kidneys were working at around 30% of normal functioning. His kidneys were failing. Now his kidney performance droped down to 12% and he needs a transplant. If his kidney function drops below about 8%, Taj will need to go on dialysis. Taj’s doctor doesn’t want to put him on dialysis just yet because once you get on it, most can’t get off until a transplant.
HIs wife Nisha Mohammad, put a message on her car windows, written as “Need kidney. Type O.” and a phone number to contact her. She is desperately searching for a living kidney donor for her husband.
Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please call Nisha Mohammad at (309) 824-1450. She will respond to your call or if you cannot donate a kidney directly to her husband, you can help decrease his wait time through the hospital’s paired kidney exchange program.Save 1 Person. Save The World.