Allison Soffer

Edith Sievers Needs A LIVING Kidney DONOR

Edith shares her tremendous artistic talent at school, especially her love of working with clay,

Edith and I are teaching colleagues. We work with very young children and we both adore teaching the little ones in our charge. Edith is warm and loving with the children, deeply caring and nurturing. Edith smiles broadly and often. I love to watch her reading a picture book to a group on the classroom rug because she is so lively and engaging. Edith shares her tremendous artistic talent at school, especially her love of working with clay. She connects with the children as she conveys her passion and artistic skill, as they explore this new medium for the first time.

Edith is very strong and does not complain. She doesn’t want her illness to define her and I admire the sheer will and strength that I imagine it must take to get through each day.

A transplant would mean that Edith could feel stronger and better as she works with children - a physically demanding role.

I am helping Edith to find a living kidney donor. It is important to me to do what I can to make her story known. Edith is my dear friend, as well as my colleague, and she needs our help. Please help me to share her story.


Become Edith Sievers's Donor

If you are considering being a living donor please use links below to contact Edith Sievers's Transplant Center. Begin by completing the donor questionnaire

Johns Hopkins Hospital

1800 Orleans St, Baltimore, MD, 21287

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Medical expenses for living organ donors are 100% covered, and inquires from potential donors are 100% confidential! Contact the Transplant Center to learn more about living donation.

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My life was dedicated to children and volunteering for the less fortunate in my community. Now, I hope that someone gives me the gift of life.