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Help Mata Get a New Kidney!

Those who know Joshua “Mata” Aulava (41) may know him as a man of many talents with an ethereal voice and a gift for playing several instruments from the guitar to the piano to the Tahitian drums. Still, Mata is much more than a light that shines through his musical capabilities. He is a man who has a heart of gold with a great capacity to love and has always given of himself to those around him. He is a great son, brother, husband, father, and friend. Mata, who has given so much strength and love to others, now finds himself in need of our strength and support.

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March 24, 2017

Hello family and friends.

Maka was approved for a Kidney transplant at the University of Utah. We are hoping to schedule Maka’s transplant in the near future.

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June 10, 2017

Maka and Ne'! You guys are in our thoughts always. We are praying for you Maka. Love you guys tons!

Lima and Ted

June 24, 2017

"O Lord my God, I cried out to You and You healed me" Psalms 30:2 Their is an old saying when the index finger feels a sharp pain, the whole body will feel it too! That is how we feel when one of us is sick! I know you dont know me cuz but our Aulava blood runs deep in us! That is how we were raised by our Grandparents and our parents. We know its not much but we believe that God will provide and fulfill all that is needed for this treatment your planning for. Like the scipture says all we have to do is to cry out to our God and He will take care of the rest! Well be praying for you and we all love you cuz, me and my wife Josephine, Pefa, Pauline, baby Solo and our whole Parish here in Tennessee.

Faatoia Tufele

June 24, 2017

We love you Maka/ Jeane and family!!! Our prayers are with you guys.


June 24, 2017

We are here for you, Ne, Mali, Elijah, and Nettie

Mom and Dad