When my daughter’s life was threatened by an urgent need for a kidney transplant, the entire Jewish community of Charleston, S.C., and beyond galvanized to help save Dana, 45, who is in stage-5 kidney failure. All of the synagogues and Jewish institutions in Charleston have joined hands and hearts to find a way to help her.
Dana, wife and mother of two young children ages 2 and 8, has been living with half of a kidney since a childhood disease ravaged her body years ago. After a 21-hour surgery and six months in the hospital, her survival was considered nothing short of a miracle. And now... Read More