SHARE YOUR SPARE to save a life

As you're reading this, more than 100,000 people across the country are waiting for a hero like you to save their life.

Kidney disease is the 9th leading cause of death in the U.S., and without people like you, those 100,000 or more people will continue to wait – year after year, prayer after prayer – for someone to generously donate their spare kidney and save their life.

Unfortunately, even when we do find heroes like you, approximately 9 out of 10 who volunteer to be a living kidney donor are not medically qualified. In fact, only about 1 out of 10 volunteers pre-qualify.

You’re here today because you want to know if you are on of the lucky few who can actually do something to help, and we at Kidneys in Common can help you find out.

Complete the form below, and within two working days, you will know if you have the opportunity to save someone’s life. Your intake form will be evaluated by a medical professional. If, in the opinion of the our medical professional you do not qualify, you will be give the reason and have the opportunity to discuss it with the evaluating medical professional. The website is totally HIPAA compliant. Any information that you provide is confidential.

There are never fees or charges for donors, incompatible pairs, or recipients and that all living donors are eligible for a free financial reimbursement and personal benefits program.

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Simply knowing if you pre-qualify is only one step in the decision making process for donating your spare kidney. We understand that, and we just want to be a resource for you along your journey. Kidneys in Common is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to help Living Kidney Donation happen, through community engagement, awareness, and kidney donor support.

If you’d like to know more about what we do, we invite you to visit our full website at www.kidneysincommon.org.

Are you a kidney patient in need of a donor? Visit the Living Kidney Donor Network at www.lkdn.org