A Call for a Kidney

Are you willing to answer the call?

Courage 2 Give

The need for kidneys continues to outweigh the supply. People such as myself could wait anywhere from 3 to 5 years or more for a deceased donor kidney. However, living donors offer many people the chance to get a kidney in a shorter amount of time - often in months.


If you are willing to answer the call for a kidney and would like to be tested to become a living donor for Pastor Lem Wright, please contact:



Please Call, Mail or Fax your Name, Telephone Number, and Relationship to Lem Wright to the Georgia Regents Kidney Pancreas Transplant Department


Karrie Moyer, RN, CDN

Living Donor Coordinator

1120 15th Street, BA-4407

Augusta, GA 30912

Phone 706-721-8560

Fax 706-721-6271


Remember:

Potential donors will not be evaluated until you are approved as a transplant candidate.


The cost for your donor's evaluation is not charged to the donor if ordered and arranged through the Georgia Regents Transplant Program.


You may also express your interest in becoming a living donor for Pastor Lem Wright by calling Piedmont Hospital at (404) 606-4128. Ask for Barbara


Thank you for your "Courage 2 Give in order to help another person to Live!!"

Organ Donation and Transplantation: How Does it Work?

Health Awareness and Movie Night Event

Friday, Nov. 20th, 6:30-8:30pm

800 GSW State Univeristy Drive

Americus, GA

The community and surrounding areas are cordially invited to attend a Health Awareness and Movie Night event featuring The Wish: A Story of Faith, Hope, and Generosity, presented by LifeLink of Georgia and Wright, Holsey, and Lane, LLC.


The faith based movie tells a story of a beloved high school teacher and her struggles of a health crisis; while awaiting a life saving kidney transplant.


****The Health Awareness and Movie Screening Night event is FREE and open to the public.


http://www.eventbrite.com/e/health-awareness-and-movie-night-event-tickets-19447210129?aff=erellivorg

The Wish Trailer

Health Awareness and Movie Night Event

Monday, Nov. 23rd, 6:30-8:30pm

South Georgia Technical College, 420 North Midway Road, Cordele, GA, United States

The community and surrounding areas are cordially invited to attend a Health Awareness and Movie Night event featuring The Wish: A Story of Faith, Hope, and Generosity, presented by LifeLink of Georgia and Wright, Holsey, and Lane, LLC.


The faith based movie tells a story of a beloved high school teacher and her struggles of a health crisis; while awaiting a life saving kidney transplant.


****The Health Awareness and Movie Screening Night event is FREE and open to the public.


http://www.eventbrite.com/e/health-awareness-and-movie-night-event-tickets-19447585251

Lem Wright Aint He Alright