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Reblogging because you know, someone out there could use one of these.
THERE IS ALWAYS SOMEONE YOU CAN REACH OUT TO. you are not alone.
We need a Miracle. Matt Miller, a Senior at West Nassau High School in Callahan, Florida is on the top of a Transplant list for a new kidney. Matt has been struggling his whole life with this, he’s been in and out of hospitals, Missed his first date, his first school dance, and so many other things. Matt is a wonderful person, But His family doesn’t have enough money for the transplant and they need $10,000 By Monday, April 18th. It seems like an impossible goal, but I’m not giving up hope. Matt is one of my very best friends, and He may not even make it to his graduation this year. We can’t give up that easy, This is a life on the line people, and his fate is not set in stone. So please, If you could donate even a Dollar It could save his life. Help us give this boy, our classmate, our friend a chance.
His donation fund is at Wells Fargo (Formerly Wachovia) in Callahan Florida. The Account Number is #2000053612184
The Phone number is (904)-879-3510
Matt’s Facebook page is: http://www.facebook.com/HelpMatt
The world would be a much better place if we all helped each other, So please, Help Matt. <3
Here’s a story about Matt.
David Kato, a friend of Avaaz and courageous gay rights activist was just brutally murdered in Uganda. Now, his colleagues who dedicate their lives to fighting hate and intolerance have fled the country and are being forced into hiding inside Uganda.
Every day, LGBT Ugandans are harassed, beaten and intimidated. Rampant homophobia, fuelled by powerful evangelical religious movements, means that there are few places where gay people are safe from physical harm.
Right now, the priority is to provide these courageous people with emergency protection. If 15,000 of us can donate in the next 3 days, we can set up secure housing and security training for people across Uganda so that they can continue their struggle for respect and dignity. David lost his life for this. Let’s now show these vulnerable but determined activists that they are not alone.Donate now using the form opposite: