Save One Person. Save The World 
Calling all Angels!!!
Scott MacDowell from Florida is in end stage renal failure —caused by Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS). Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a disease in which scar tissue develops on the glomeruli, the small parts of the kidneys that filter waste from the blood.  FSGS  is a serious condition that can lead to kidney failure, which can only be treated with dialysis or kidney transplant. He has been battling kidney disease for many years and is currently in end-stage kidney failure and in dire need of a kidney. You can be any blood type to donate a kidney, due to the Paired exchange swap that will result in saving at least 2 lives. There are NO expenses at all to the donor. The kidney recipient’s insurance covers ALL costs. Any and all lost wages will be paid for by the recipient as well. You can be tested anywhere but the surgery would take place in Tampa, FL. If you have a desire to be an angel and save a life, please visit
Once there, you can fill out the necessary information and include Scott MacDowell’s full name and date of birth, 03-24-1963. You can also call directly to his daughter Amanda MacDowell at (774) 249-8516 or mail at Share your spare with Scott and give him the gift of life. Save One Person. Save The World.