Target: Mr. Ray Coe, teacher from London, England
Goal: Thank a teacher who went out of his way to donate a kidney to his ill student
A grade school teacher from London, England donated his kidney to save his student’s life after finding out that his student had fallen ill and would have to miss school. His heroic efforts have caused widespread appreciation all over the Internet.
Teacher Ray Coe found out that his thirteen-year-old student, Ayla Ali, needed to miss school because she was undergoing dialysis treatment to treat a life debilitating condition. After he found out that she was desperate for a kidney donor, he went above his job as a teacher and requested to be put on Ali’s donor list. After enduring a few medical tests, it was determined that Coe and Ali were a perfect match. The records were shocking because it is very rare to find a match between two individuals who don’t come from one family. When the news broke, Ali’s father expressed his appreciation by calling Coe his daughter’s true hero and a “life saver.”
Ayla Ali suffered from a condition that causes fluids to enter in to the brain and affects mental growth, which in turn affected her learning capabilities. According to medical professionals, the condition, called hydrocephalus, affects thousands of people in the world, including infants and the elderly. That means that thousands of people are awaiting kidney donors every day.
Please thank Mr. Ray Coe for saving his student’s life with his generous contribution.
Dear Mr. Ray Coe,
It is great news to hear that Ayla Ali will get a second chance at life, because of your generous gift. So many people are diagnosed with hydrocephalus and are desperate for donors to help them get rid of the disease. Although Ayla was a part of that list, it is wonderful that you and her were a perfectly matched donor for the kidney transplant.
Thank you for your selfless act to save Ayla Ali. Your generosity and kindness is recognized and appreciated all over the world. Ayala’s father has called you a life saver and hero and we could not agree more. You are a true hero to all of that are suffering from hydrocephalus. We all hope that the both of you recover safely from the surgery and live long and healthy lives.
[Your Name Here]
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