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Corey Pass is a Correction Officer with the State of Alaska, he lives in Eagle River, Alaska with his wife and daughter. Corey has kidney failure from juvenile diabetes, his sister, Jamie Pass lovingly donated her kidney to Corey on June 7, 2011. He has undergone weeks of follow-up care under the expert care of the Virginia Mason kidney transplant team. He and his wife stayed in Seattle, WA for 8 weeks for follow-up care.
Family and friends of Corey Pass are raising money to pay for uninsured medical expenses associated with transplantation.

Corey has chosen to fundraise with HelpHOPELive – The Leader in Fundraising Assistance and Support for Transplant and Catastrophic Injury in part because HelpHOPELive provides both tax-deductibility and fiscal accountability to contributors. Contributors can be sure that funds contributed will be used only to pay or reimburse medically-related expenses. For more information, please contact HelpHOPELive at 800-642-8399.

Thanks for your support!

Updates (4)

August 4, 2011

Recovery Week five to seven

The final follow-p in Seattle was July 25, 2011. We got the ok to go home! We were so happy, being gone from our beautiful State was hard during the summer months.

We shipped our maintenence supplies home and got on a plane on the 26th. The first Alaska Airlines flight out of the day.

The NTAF funds were so important for our survival there, we nearly raised enough for the majority of the stay. We realize that the funds will not cover all expenses, and so far we are doing so well with your continued suppoort. Please sign in the guest book so I know you visited my page! Mahalo, Thank you, Quyana, God Bless!

June 30, 2011

Week Three Recovery

SAM- Self Administered Medication for 18 different medicines and 30 different pills each day is challenging. The ongoing cost of med management is expected to be in excess of $200 per month for the life of the new kidney. We are thankful each and every single day for this second chance and will always give thanks to Jamie for her very generous gift. The way we look at it is that not everyone is lucky to have a second chance. God Bless!

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September 28, 2012

Hi Corey...My name is Craig Cushman and I can relate to you needing a transplant for both pancreas and kidney. If you get a chance maybe you could read my profile. I hope you are doing well if you have received your transplant and all is well....take care.

Craig Cushman/ Johnstown, Pennsylvania

September 23, 2011

Blessings be unto you and to God be all the glory for your and your sister's continued healing is our prayer.

SirCharles c/o Dominion Ministries COGIC, Anch AK

June 15, 2011

This is quite a moving story, you two. May you both heal quickly. What a gift of life and love.

Candy Robinson, Roseburg, Oregon