~Donor Education~The Gift of Life~Restoration~        


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Planting inspiring seeds in the hearts and minds of people is amazing, but it is super amazing for dialysis patients, living donors and transplant recipients.  Kidney disease causes many limitations in patient's physical, mental and social activities.  Treatments tend to weigh you down, one day you're up, and the next day you are down, but "Don"t Give Up!"  Miracles happen everyday.  Take charge and Get involved.  When you are told you must start dialysis, know your options and the best type of treatment suits your situation.

There is need for patients to be empowered with awareness about Hemodialysis,  Peritoneal dialysis, living and deceased donors in order to choose wisely what will work best for them  on an individual basis.  knowledge is power only if you act on it.  People harvest what they plant (Galatians 6:7).  It Only Takes 1 one~ Kidney Health and Donor Education  informs, advocates, and collaborates with patients and communities to improve kidney health, living donors and transplant awareness.  We aim to "Transplant Kidneys and Transform Lives.  Shine the light of hope into the lives of the patients and at dialysis centers throughout every dialysis center.

Now behold the seeds we have planted.  The patients are happy, they are smiling, we are taking actions, we are advocating, and we are fulfilling our purpose.  We met with law makers at the Capital in Washington, DC  to ensure the voices of kidney, living donors and transplant recipients are heard.  It Only Takes 1 one, Volunteer! 

 Here lies the opportunity for you to impact the life of a patient now. Kidney disease touches all races, ages and backgrounds.  It is a silent Killer and it kills. The three important community needs are: patient education,  public education and organ donation awareness. The gift of life becomes possible because you have planted the seed of new life, hope and other unlimited possibilities.

Donor (son David) and I (Recipient) telling our Transplant story)
  David, Terrence and Rahmeka Cox participation at the NYC Kidney Walk

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Rahmeka with patient at DAVita Dialysis Center in New York.

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