Just wanted to say thank you very much for helping to pay our Rocky Mountain Power and Questar utlity bills. Going from working 6 days a week for the past 25 years, to not being able to work at all has taken a toll on my and my wife. I don’t remember much about my month in the hospital after my kidneys failed. Now I have to be on dialysis 5 days a week and have been too weak to work. It has been rough. Thanks for trying to make it get a little easier. — Jeff A.
We would like to express our gratitutde for everything you’re doing to help support kidney patients here in Utah. Being on dialysis is very taxing and puts a heavy strain on the family finances. Without your help, I dont know if I could afford to drive to a treatment center to get to dialysis. I still have children at home, and want to be a positive influence in their lives for as long as I can. Thank you for making it possible for me to continue to lead a productive life and to remiain in the lives of my children, who still need me. Please express my gratitude to all the peole who donate a Kidney Kar or give money to the Kidney Foundation, they are blessing to me. May their lives be blessed because of their generosity. Sincere thanks from a grateful recipient. – Y. Carillo
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