Carlos Watts of Oklahoma is a loving and devoted son, brother, father, and husband. He and his wife, Tammy, are the proud parents of their ten children, along with Carlos’ three additional children. Carlos is in need of a kidney transplant and requires the help of his community to make it happen. Transplants are life-saving but very expensive.
At age 46, Carlos was diagnosed with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FCGS), a debilitating disease that attacked his kidneys. He is no longer able to participate in working, spending active time with family and friends, and other simple daily activities of living. Carlos is now completely dependent on dialysis, three days/week, for four hours/day at an outpatient clinic. His only chance to return to good health is through a kidney transplant.