Looking for a Kidney on the Highway! Jim Lomond is a 54-year-old Alberta, Canadian resident. Jim has Berger’s disease, a rare disorder in which a protein buildup causes inflammation which then damages kidney tissues. Jim received a kidney from his father when he was 17. That kidney unfortunately lasted only 36 hours. Jim received another transplant in 1988 that lasted for five years. In 2000, he received another kidney, which kept him in good health for 15 years. Dialysis kept him going in between transplants and he’s back on it now – up to six hours a day, five days a week. Dialysis has kept him alive all these years, but Jim, the former oilfield worker, wants his normal life back. Jim desperately wants to get off dialysis and live a normal life again. Jim has a rare B-negative blood, which makes finding a donor that much more difficult. Jim has been waiting for the last four years with the hope for his fourth kidney transplant. An acquaintance involved with his daughter’s high school football team suggested using a billboard to find a donor, fundraising helped pay for the sign. Posters also went up in business windows at the local rink and on transport trucks. Can you give Jim his miracle? Maybe God gave us two kidneys, to give a spare…This is the biggest act of kindness a person can ever do…. If you would like to give the gift of life, please contact: 403-334-9358. Save One Person. Save The World. #DoingGodswork.