Save Shawn Bray!
Organized by: Sharla Bray
NO AMOUNT IS TOO SMALL! Give from your heart. If you are not in position to give then send link to someone else to post and pass on.
I am introducing this set of twins siblings to you as I felt led to become involved and do what was in my power; thus, my daughter donated just a little time to put this site together at my request. Time is getting closer and it appears that Shawn's body is becoming less responsive to dialysis. This surgery needs to be performed sooner than later. As good hearted citizens and believers of a higher power than our selves let us join together to become "our brother's keeper." Remember no amount is too small. Send any form of 2 (ex: 2,20,200) to touch and agree; any trinity (3)donation; any form of 7 to trust this process and procedure to be complete, and/or any for of 8 as we work together for Shawn's NEW BEGINNING. I personally know these two and know them to be more than generous to any and all they can aide in any way they are empowered to. Shawn is a great father and devoted husband, and has been a provider for his family. They are both village and community driven with the best intentions at heart. Because I believe in YOU, and US as a people, I trust the goal will be met. I thank you in advance from the heart and ask that the Lord bless you openly for what you do anoymously. Mel Von Denise.
Shawn Bray is a 49 year old husband and father of two. Last June he visited the doctor with a complaint of shortness of breath and uncontrollable high blood pressure. After several days in the hospital trying several different combinations of medicine to control the blood pressure and diagnostic tests, he was diagnosed with end stage renal failure. His kidneys were only working at 3%. He needs a transplant and does dialysis every day now. Fortunately he has a twin sister that is a match and she has volunteered to be a living donor but she lives in New Jersey and needs to make several trips to Oklahoma for pre-operative testing and the operation itself. Although insurance will cover $250,000 of the transplant that includes evaluation, hospital and ancillary care. There will be SEVERAL THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS SHORTFALL since insurance will not cover the first three months of the Post-Transplant medications that will be upwards of 6,000 per month. Please help Shawn and his family. It is heartbreaking to know that the only thing separating Shawn from what is good and reasonable health is money. Do what is laid on your heart.