Posts Tagged ‘donation’
Monday, July 8, 2013
Dear National Kidney Foundation of Utah & Idaho.
Recently, I applied for and received a financial emergency donation grant from the National Kidney Foundation of Utah & Idaho. It was applied to my mortgage payment at a time when it was severely needed. I don’t know what I would’ve done without your help. My only income is Social Security & Retirement, and when I require additional medications or hospital stays it does not cover all our expenses! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this donation/grant. I was able to catch up on some medical bills. I really appreciate all the NKF of Utah & Idaho does for kidney patients, with help like this, all the information you provide on kidney disease, etc.
When you donate your car to National Kidney Foundation of Utah & Idaho’s Kidney Kars car donation program, this is who you are helping:Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
Dear Kidney Foundation,
I will be forever thankful for the financial aid grant I received from the National Kidney Foundation of Utah & Idaho this week. I literally have no idea what would have happened if I hadn’t received the grant to pay my debt to the gas company. I could not have survived the winter in my home without heat but I didn’t know how I could pay for it. It was such a cold winter. Once more I thank you with all my heart for the help and hope that you’ll be there for others in their time of need. GOD BLESS YOU .
Dear National Kidney Foundation, Just wanted to drop you a note telling you how grateful we are for this program that helped us with a large utility bill this summer. On the 1st of July, I lost my wallet with $2,000 in cash from a paycheck that I had just cashed. I think it fell out of my car when I got out to go to the grocery store, and when I came back to look for it, it was gone! Then over labor day weekend, our car was stolen. It was found 3 days later with a punctured tire, and towed to an impound yard. We had to wait until our next pay day to get it out of impound! Even though it was not our fault the car was stolen, they charged us $960 to get the car out of impound. So it is with deeply grateful hearts, we say “thank you” for being the one piece of good news and good luck we have had in a long time. We are so grateful to the Kidney Foundation for their help in getting our utility bill paid so we could buy our meds and keep current on our insurance premiums. God bless you for all you do for kidney patients! Sincerely, V. & B. McMarin, Sandy, UT
Dear Kidney Foundation of Utah, I am a grateful recipient of a grant from the foundation. I received assistance to pay my heat bill. My husband had two very serious injuries at work and was hospitalized around the time I was diagnosed as being in the final stages of renal failure. We lost our home and the basement apartment we can afford is so cold. Because of the dialysis and my low creatine levels, I am ALWAYS COLD. We have been careful not to turn up the heat because we can’t afford it. But it was just so cold this month. We truly appreciate the grant of $122 to help us pay our heat bill. Your generosity is so deeply appreciated. Sincerely, Curtis and Dorothy R. (Athon, Idaho)
Dear Kidney Foundation, Thank you so much for your assistance in making a $350 payment to the Medicare Premium Collection Center. Today is my 65th birthday. Not being dropped from Medicare, has made it a very happy birthday for me! Thank you! Thank you!
Dear Kidney Founation, I am so very grateful for your support. The gas card you provided so I could get to dialysis this month was literally a “life-saver”. My husband just lost his job and we literally did not have enough money for the gas it would take to drive me to dialysis. We appreciate your help in our desperate time of need. In moment’s like this, we know God blesses our lives through other people reaching out. God Bless you, thank you. Alicia G.
Well, a crane actually…..but it could happen. If you want to watch them do it, come to HeeHaw Farms in Pleasant Grove this Saturday, October 23rd at 1:00 p.m. (exit 275 for North Bound I-15 Traffic/ exit 278 for South Bound I-15 traffic). The 1996 Pontiac 6000 being smashed by pumkins (hey, isn’t that the name of a rock band?) will be donated to the Kidney Kars program! Come have some Halloween fun ! See you there.