Kidney Failure & Transplant Bills

My husband has renal stage kidney failure, and we finally got him on the transplant list.  He is only 45 years old, and otherwise healthy. The hospitals and doctors all say he's a great candidate because of this. We're currently looking & hoping for a live kidney donor, because on average they last about twice as long as a deceased donor. Live donor on average lasts about 20 years, and a deceased donor generally lasts about 10. 

We have medical bills, as well as other bills. We are very limited financially, because I'm on disability because of my health.  Before I the pandemic I was working in a nursing home part-time. However, because of being immune compromised I'm not currently working, and not sure when I'll be able to go back to work because of the virus.

We've been best friends since we were 15 (now 45). We became a couple at age 30,  and got married a year later.  We've now been married 14 years. We now have 3 grandchildren. We also have rescue cats that we love and adore, as well as a tortoise. We are each others best friend and support system. We want the chance to grow old together. 

Anything you can do to help would be greatly appreciated. Share the info for a possible kidney donor or donate to help with bills.

Thank you for your help and your time. 

Anita & Marc
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