Make a Difference in Evalina’s Life determination and fight for life in incredibly admirable and encouraging. Her strength to live is an inspiration to us all. Currently, Evalina is on the kidney transplant list at the Emory Medical Center in Atlanta, GA. Because of the extraordinary expense of transplantation, funding this life saving operation isith enal fail Evalina is aure. Evalina has struggled through many medical complications and has been hospitalized, so a transplant is her only chance of survival. Through all of a monumental task. Despite having insurance, many of the medical needs are not covered and must be paid out of pocket. We anticipate substantial uninsured costs suEvalina ch as lifelong immunosuppressant medications; travel to and from the center, and relocation at the time of transplant, to name a few. This presents a challenge that cannot meet alone.
To help offset Evalina’s uninsured costs, a funding campaign through the National Transplant Assistant Fung (NTAF) has been started. NTAF is a nonprofit organization that has been assisting the transplant community for over 20 years. All contributions are administered by NTAF exclusively for uninsured transplant- related expense donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. You cacourageous woman who has been living with a deteriorating kidney failure for 3 years. She has been on dialysis for 3 years, 3 days a week since her doctor diagnosed her wthis, her n help make a difference in Evalina’s life. Please consider a contribution.
Make checks payable to: NTAF SOUTHEAST KIDNEY TRANSPLANT FUND
Note in memo section: In honor of Evalina Rabess
Send to: National Transplant Assistance Fund
150 N. Radnor Chester Road, Suite F-120
Radnor, PA 19087
To make a credit card contribution, all 1-800-642-8399 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 1-800-642-8399 end_of_the_skype_highlighting or visit www.transplantfund.org
Together we can make a difference by assisting Evalina during this difficult time.
Thank you in advance for your generosity and support.
Rosemarie DeJean-Fontaine (Evalina’s daughter)