Kidney transplants are life changing. They allow for a life of living rather than just existing.


He received his second kidney transplant from a deceased donor on June 11, 2017. As a result of this gift, Marty is able to enjoy life, be present with his family and has returned back to work with the Sheriffs Department, now as a school resource police officer.

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"My kidney transplant (from a deceased donor) has changed my life in so many ways. I have so much energy now. I'm looking to go back to school to finish my bachelors. I found my purpose. I want to somehow be involved in the transplant field."

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She received the gift of life from her sister Shonte. These photos show the transformation from being placed on dialysis (2012) to a life with a new kidney transplant (2016). "Thanks to my sister and kidney donor, I am now LIVING on with a purpose. I have energy every day and a greater appreciation for life and freedom."

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Chloe has lived with kidney failure her entire life and has had many ups and downs, including getting called for a deceased donor 7 times. However, a matching deceased donor kidney came through finally for her on December 3, 2017. Just in time to for her 20th birthday.

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"Living with kidney failure since age 11, I've never felt strong. After 9 months of dialysis and receiving my second kidney transplant September 28, 2016, I decided to make a bigger commitment to getting stronger. It's an amazing feeling to be able to really have the energy to exercise and do what I want to become healthier."

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