Donate A Kidney

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(If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call us at 718-431-9831).

“G-d runs the world, and when presented with a mitzvah, an opportunity to save someone’s life, one should grab it. For it may not come again. To hold back and live in a world of “What if…?” could cost lives. How can I not give away my kidney, just because it’s for someone I don’t know? Somebody knows them. They are someone’s wife, sister, friend and daughter.”
~Lori Palatnik; a donor (North Bethesda, MD – noted Aish HaTorah Lecturer)

"There's a lot of misconceptions about kidney donation and a lot of fear. But if people take the time to get the facts, they find out the risks are very minimal. People are born with two kidneys. You only need one."
~ Michelle Winsor, a kidney transplant coordinator with Sharp Memorial Hospital

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