John Kach Needs a Living Kidney Donor. Please Help!

Help save this life! John Kach, 42, from North Carolina is calling out to the world for heavenly assistance. John has not had an easy time, starting at the tender age of 19, in the spring of 2000, he was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis that changed his life forever. Bacterial meningitis is a life-threatening type of meningitis. Meningitis is inflammation of the membranes (meninges) that surround and protect your brain and spinal cord. An infection of the fluid surrounding your brain and spinal cord usually causes this inflammation. Bacterial meningitis can cause death within hours. It all started with the flu but the flu escalated quickly, and John was taken to the hospital where his condition continued to deteriorate, causing seven major organ failures. John then spent weeks in a coma, lingering near death, and four months in the ICU. Despite surviving, the damage to his body was devastating. John had amputations that claimed all 8 of his fingers and both legs below the knee. Imagine being a 19-year-old kid, the world ahead of you, thinking you have a fever, and you wake up weeks later with no legs or fingers. After countless surgeries, the challenging road to recovery began. However, this recovery process brought with it significant challenges and setbacks. John experienced other issues, such as additional amputations, infections, and continual internal problems stemming from the trauma of the illness.

In 2012, John learned he was in renal failure. In 2013, John received a kidney transplant from his mother, Paige. That transplant was successful, and John has made the most of the ten years in reasonably good health that followed. Unfortunately, doctors say John, now 42 after contracting Covid, must have yet another kidney transplant to survive. If you have a desire to be an angel and save a life, please visit and fill out the form as a donor or visit North Carolina transplant center for more information. Share your spare with Kach and give him the gift of life. Spread the story so that John Kach can get quick help. Save One Person. Save The World.