Tires, not Ties for Father’s Day?
My name is Brooke. I received a scholarship from the Kidney Foundation so I can become an Occupational Therapist Assistant. I received this scholarship because, 3 1/2 years ago I received a kidney transplant. When I was 10 I as diagnosed with level 3 reflux. They tried to fix the problem surgically, but the scarring and the damage was irreversible. Four years later, my mother was able to give me her kidney. It was a rough experience, but I felt so much better after the transplant. I had become so sick over those 4 years, I did not realize how bad I felt, until I felt good again– thanks to the Kidney Transplant. I am so thankful to the Kidney Foundation for this scholarship. Thank you for all the Kidney Kars donations, thank you to the corporations and individuals who are willing to look after those of us who have had some difficulties in their life. The Kidney Foundation is helping me acheive a career– one that will support me and allow me to help others in pain. I express complete appreciation to the donors and to the National Kidney Foundation of Utah & Idaho. Sincerely, Brooke R.
Dear Kidney Foundation of Utah & Idaho,
I am writing this letter to personally thank you for the grant to buy gas. It is helping me to get diaysis and without it I don’t know how I could pay for transportation. God Bless you.
Thank you to all the donors who give away old cars so you can raise money to help people like me. Thank you very much for the help to purchase gasoline so I could to make the trip to Price, Utah to receive kidney dialysis treatment. Driving to dialysis is 50 miles round trip, and I have to go three times a week just to stay alive. With the price of gasoline, it has become really hard to be able to afford to drive there. Thank you so much for your support.
Sincerely, G. Kiser
3707 N Canyon Rd #1D
Provo, UT 84604