Danielle E

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I was thrilled to learn I made it onto the transplant waitlist! A new kidney would provide me with enough energy to ride my bike again and allow me to spend my time volunteering. But being on the waitlist for a deceased kidney means I might not get a transplant quickly. Most patients, including myself, wait 5+ years. That’s a long time to fight kidney disease, and so much can change while I wait. This is why I’m sharing my journey, hoping to find a living kidney donor who sees this and decides to save my life. That person would give me the most incredible gift possible. You can help me today – please SHARE this post and my website! https://giftworksuuh.com/daniellee

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What I want you to know about my kidney story is that I am a fighter! It has been very difficult at times, but I made it! I’m still here fighting, and I haven’t given up. With your generous donation, my life would change in so many ways. I wouldn’t be so scared and anxious all the time and I would hopefully have all my energy back. I would be able to see my daughter live long enough to see my daughter start a family and hopefully become a grandma one day. You would truly be changing my life for the better, and for that, I thank you.

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Living kidney donation isn’t limited to family members. Anyone can potentially be a donor, including friends, coworkers, or even strangers. It’s a remarkable opportunity to give the gift of life and make a lasting impact on someone’s journey to health and happiness.
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Did you know that over 100,000 people are waiting for a deceased donor kidney? The wait can last 5 years or more, during which patients suffer physically, mentally, and emotionally. But there’s hope: 6,000 people become living kidney donors yearly, offering longer-lasting kidneys and better outcomes for recipients.
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