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Taj From Indiana Needs Your Help


Taj Mohammad is 71-years-old from Indiana. He needs a kidney transplant. He is an electrical design engineer. Last year Taj had a major gout attack in his right knee. Doctors referred him to a nephrologist. Tests revealed Taj’s kidneys were working at around 30% of normal functioning. His kidneys were failing. Now his kidney performance droped down to 12% and he needs a transplant. If his kidney function drops below about 8%, Taj will need to go on dialysis. Taj’s doctor doesn’t want to put him on dialysis just yet because once you get on it, most can’t get off until a transplant. 
 HIs wife Nisha Mohammad, put a message on her car windows, written as “Need kidney. Type O.” and a phone number to contact her. She is desperately searching for a living kidney donor for her husband.
 Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please call Nisha Mohammad at (309) 824-1450. She will respond to your call or if you cannot donate a kidney directly to her husband, you can help decrease his wait time through the hospital’s paired kidney exchange program.Save 1 Person. Save The World. 

Will You Help Love Survive ?


Kyle Froelich is 28 years from Indiana, needs a kidney transplant. When he was 12, Kyle went in for a routine sports physical. The urine test showed signs of kidney disease at that time. He was on dialysis when he was just a junior at Brownsburg High School. It was his senior year when he was put on the list for a transplant. Kyle met Chelsea Clair who volunteered to be a kidney donor. She was only 23 at the time and chose to donate her kidney to a complete stranger.  After three years of the successful transplant on 2013, Kyle Froelich married the woman who gave so much to him, a true love story. Chelsea Clair. Now,the kidney Chelsea donated is failing and fate forced Kyle to stand on the edge again to find a donor for his life. Will you help let love survive?
 Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please go to https://iuhealth.org/find-medical-services/living-kidney-donation
Save 1 Person. Save The World.

16-year-old Greendale Teen Needs a Bone Marrow Transplant


Jordan Schindler from Milwaukee is a 16-years-old  teen. Jordan was simply going for a routine dental procedure to have his wisdom teeth pulled.  Labs taken for this procedure revealed some unusual findings which prompted more diagnostic tests. Jordan was thendiagnosed with AML (Acute Myeloid Leukemia).He is now in his third cycle of chemotherapy and has had the typical chemotherapy side effects, like losing his hair, long hospital stays and nausea.  Jordan is trying to keep up with regular life by keeping up with his school work and classes on line. Can we help this boy keep focussing on teen work while we find him his perfect bone marrow match.  Finding a bone marrow match is like finding a needle in haystack, we want to change those odds.  Would you get tested to see if you are Jordan's miracle match so he can have a long healthy life?  The test to find out if you're a match is simply a swab on the cheek with a que tip, it's fast, easy and smple.
Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please go to https://bethematch.org/. You can also help with treatment expenses by clicking here, https://plumfund.com/medical-fund/jordans-journey. Save 1 Person. Save The World.



We Save 1 Person a week who needs a living organ

donor.  Miracles and Media join forces to save lives.


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Saves Lives with Saveoneperson App!


Many people need medical miracles and have given up hope. We have seen countless people over time who needed living kidney donors, liver donors, bone marrow matches recieve their prayers answered from strangers. We created the Saveoneperson App because we see a real need to create a vehicle that's really simple to save a life.  The purpose of the Saveoneperson App is to connect people who need medical support with kind-hearted individuals who want to save a life. 

1) If you have a medical problem and need support post yourself on the SAVEONEPERSON App

2) If you are a kind hearted angel, scroll down the posts of people who need medical support on the SAVEONEPERSON App and reach out to an individual whose story touches your heart and see how you can make a difference in that person's life.

3) Download the SAVEONEPERSON App, today and save a life.




Erin Cornell from California needs a living Kidney donor


Erin Cornell is 29-years-old only and grew up in Yorba Linda, California. She was born with congenital heart disease, she has had 4 open heart surgeries and has been fighting kidney disease her whole life. Erin first received a transplant 13 years back from her mom when she was16, however that kidney failed two years ago. Now, she is in stage 5 kidney failure andin need of another transplantto save her life and get off dialysis. Dialysis is not a cure, it simply buys some time before one is able to get a transplant. Dialysis has become more and more drainingfor her, mentally and physically but she is very positive and want to have her life back.Her antibodies are so high that it makes it difficult for people in her close family to qualify to donate. This also makes the situation more difficult to find a kidney that her body will accept but it's not impossible.She is very positive about finding a match and keep battling this horrible disease. She is able to accept type A (+,-) and O (+,-) blood types. Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please contact

Baby has MDS - Needs Bone Marrow Match!


Maci Hyman is only a 13-month-old baby girl from South Carolina. At this tender young age instead of playing with other kids, her activities take place in a room at Prisma Health Children's Hospital where she's been hospitalized since January. Maci was diagnosed with Myelodysplastic syndrome.  It's a disease that disrupts the bone marrow production of her healthy blood cells in her body. Often it is a precursor to leukemia. MDS can be life threatening in some cases. Doctors advise her parents to search for a bone marrow match. The bone marrow transplant is the only thing that can 100 percent cure the disease. Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please visit  BeTheMatch.org and take the test to see if you can save Maci. it's simply swabbing the inside of your mouth with a cotton swab. The test is simple and free for anyone. You can also donate to help Maci's family with medical expenses by clicking https://www.gofundme.com/maci-mae039s-fight-against-leukemia or click https://www.facebook.com/macisfight/ for more information.

21-Year-Old Needs A Living Kidney Donor

It's every mom's worst nightmare when your child needs life saving help. Mitchell Webster is a 21-year- old young man from Framingham, MA. Mitchell graduated from college in 2015, he's also worked part-time at a dog day care. He was a healthy young man until just before a month before his 20th birthday.  Mitchell got got up in the night and began vomiting out of nowhere. When the problem persisted for more than a week, he visited his doctor. Mitchell’s blood pressure was extraordinarily high which was 245/145.  After a number of tests, a CT scan and a biopsy, the doctors after three days determined that Mitchell has stage IV renal failure - kidney disease. Now, Mitchell needs dialysis for 12 hours in a week. Mitchell is hooked up with the machines for three times every week for his survival. Mitchell Webster needs a living kidney donor with type A or type O blood to go back to his normal life. His mother, created a facebook page, has made bumper stickers for her car and printed a set of car magnets, which are affixed to the doors of her Jeep. They feature pictures of the 21-year-old, and ask people to consider becoming kidney donors. But after months of effort, the family’s search to find a donor for Mitchell continues. “Every month I kind of think, like, this is the month that I get the kidney,” Mitchell said. Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, contact UMass Memorial Live Donor Kidney Transplant program @ 508-334-1269 . Click here https://www.facebook.com/matchingmitchell/posts/980411665474281 for more information.

The Magic of the Media Saves Torrey!

Save 1 Person Alert, indirectly saves another life, through the miracle of the media.  Hear from Torrey from Florida, what it's like to have your life saved from a complete stranger through the media... To watch complete coverage of the PIX story click here:  http://helpmehoward.pix11.com/2014/07/08/it-was-meant-to-be-howards-helps-art-teacher-find-kidney-donor/


Hear from Sara from NJ who gave her kidney to a complete stranger after seeing on TV, Torrey's medical emergency.



Jack has Alport Syndrome!

Jack Guida from Long Island has not had an easy life. Both of his adoptive parents have died and he was born with a very rare disease called Airport Syndrome. This disease damages your hearing, eyes and kidneys. Jack does not have anyone in his corner and he's looking for a stranger to save him. Could you be that angel? Watch this new segment produced by PIX11 to learn more http://pix11.com/2017/11/16/howard-needs-help-to-save-a-life/ And if you are in good health, have A or O blood and have the desire to be an angel, please contact Jack at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Save 1 Person. Save The World.

Resource Page!


Over the years, we have seen and heard about many success stories through the organizations below. If you or a loved one need a living organ donor, please also check out the below organizations which have saved numerous lives.

1) www.matchingdonors.com,  A website where you put your information on the site and volunteers scroll through the profiles to save a life.

2) www.kidneyregistry.com,  An organization that if you can't donate a kidney to your loved one becasue you're not compatible, if you are willing to donate to a stranger, they'll find a stranger for your loved one to donate a kidney.

3)  www.kidneymitzvah.com  Chaya Lipschivitz donated a kidney to save a life, now she's made it her life mission to find others living kidney donors.

4)  www.floodsisters.com.  Their father needed a kidney, and they helped find him one.  Now, the Flood Sisters help others find the gift of life.

5)  www.renewal.org.  An organization that helps only Jewish people find a living organ donor.



Elaine Receives a Kidney!

 Elaine Receives the Gift of Life from a Directed Donor!
Elaine DeLeon did not have it easy.  After 200 people responded to the Fox segment, a woman went through six months of testing and was approved to be a kidney donor.  Approximately a week before the surgery, the hospital informed Elaine she did not have the right insurance and the potential donor backed out. Elaine went on dialysis and did not give up hope.  Elaine appeared on various radio and Tv segments to put her prayers into action.  As fate unfolded, Elaine's close friend mother had an ashtma attack which caused a pulmonary aneurysm and she suddenly died.  Her son, made Elaine the directed donor for his mom's kidney.  
Through tears, effort and prayer, Elaine did not give up her fight for her kidney, to stay alive so her three kids could keep their mommy.  Even, a week or two before her gift of a kidney, Elaine taped educational videos for social media to try to educate the public on kidney donation and to request a kidney for herself. G-d had his own way of answering her prayers.  How unbelievable is it, that Elaine, put out her intention to the universe and it was answered in a way only G-d could orchestrate.

See Lives Saved Via Save 1 Alerts!

Heshy Fellig, a religous jew, from LA received a life saving organ from a religious protestant woman in Alabama, Marisa Hester after she read about his dire situation in a Save 1 Person News Alert.
Lives Saved & Helped through Save 1 Person:  
  - Living kidney donor for Dr. Richman, via PIX news segment, by stranger in FL.
- Woman from PIX segment donates kidney in altruistic chain - 4 lives are saved
- Mystery illness girl receives life saving services via a PIX News picking up a Save 1 Alert
-  Save 1 Alert indirecty saves Torrey Green in Florida from NJ Resident Sara Nichols, PIX news coverage
- Thousands entered into bone marrow registry
- Diagnosed a disease
- Living kidney donor for John Schoeten of NJ from Tamy Brody of Arkansas via social media
- Extended man's life by one year after referring him to proper care from our viewers
Living kidney donor for Stuart Zimmer by Reginna Grebb in NYC accomplished via 1010 Wins  
- Sight seeing dog for a blind man

Read more: See Lives Saved Via Save 1 Alerts!

Actor Andy Garcia & Helping Others!

Saving lives has many advantages, this time
I get to meet my favorite actor...


Superstars Saving Lives in the Media!

Giant's Star Odell Beckham Junior scores for saving lives!


  ET's Nancy O'Dell Uses the Media to Find a Cure for ALS!


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Vision of Save 1 Person!


Dr. Ron Richman from NY recieved a gift of a lifetime, a kidney, from a stranger in FLorida.  This life saving match was created when Channel 11's, Howard Thompson (Help Me Howard) picked up a Save 1 Person News Alert to save a life.

Email from Dr. Richman, four years later, "Hi Lauren, Can't believe it has been 4 years since my transplant, I am doing great and living life to the fullest.  want to thank you again from the bottom of my heart for your efforts to save my life. I am so lucky to see my children become wonderful productive adults. Life is great when you have health and a great partner-Karen, to share it with. You, Chaya, Allen and of course Lloyd are true miracles sent from G-D! Happy Thanksgiving Ron Richman

Read more: Vision of Save 1 Person!

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