Suzanne Clark

Bruce Clark Needs A LIVING Kidney DONOR

Bruce is my father. He is a deeply moral and kind soul. He has spent his entire life fighting to protect others and standing up for what’s right; most often putting others’ needs before his own.

His kidneys failed over 35 years ago. He’s worked full time plus through dialysis and transplants. He never had the time or money to take a real vacation or travel. Just two years ago, he finally was able to retire. Soon after the pandemic hit, he was hospitalized with an infection and caught COVID-19 during his stay. He recovered, but his kidney failed shortly after. Now he’s back on dialysis and tied to his dialysis schedule when he should be out traveling, free as a bird, enjoying his retirement.

A transplant would mean a new lease on life. The ability to enjoy his well earned retirement to its fullest! He remarried 3 years ago and they’re so wonderfully in love- he deserves his happily ever after!

Helping in any way would mean so much to us all. Every one of us has an impact on the world every day in ways we can’t even imagine. Sometimes it’s little things - a kind gesture, a smile, spreading news about a friend in need. Other times it’s bigger things. Sacrificing for your children, standing up for what’s right. I’ve seen my dad do these things time and time again, without a second thought. It’s how we truly live on, how we build a better society. We make decisions every day to love and care for each other. Even if you’re unable to donate, spreading the word may just be that one small gesture that changes my dad’s life forever.


Become Bruce Clark's Donor

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

Yale New Haven Transplantation Center

333 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT, 06520

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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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