Jim Cabezas from NJ has been dealing with chronic kidney disease since he was in his early 20s. Over time, his kidney disease has gotten worse causing his kidneys not to work well enough to keep him alive and he is now in need of a kidney transplant. However, finding a kidney for a transplant is not easy. Just ask the 100,000+ people on the waiting list for a deceased donor kidney like Jim. Time is not on our side. Some wait for years; many die while waiting. The average wait time is seven years or more for a kidney from a deceased donor. However, there is another option: receiving a kidney from a living donor. Believe it or not, you can live and function normally with just one kidney. If you or someone you know are interested in learning more, please get in touch. Jim is hopeful and determined to beat this to live a long and healthy life with his family and friends. A living donation may not be right for everyone — but you can still help! Consider being an organ donor after death. Help us by sharing Jim’s story with everyone you know. At the very least we want to bring awareness to kidney disease and living donation. We are hopeful our efforts will help Jim receive a kidney sooner and encourage others to consider helping the many people on the wait list. Save One Person. Save The World.